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redactor (s) (noun), redactors (pl)
1. Someone who edits text in order to get it ready for publication: Geraldine, a newspaper reporter, has a redactor who makes a daily examination of her articles before they are printed for the public to read.
2. A person who censors or obscures part of a written document for legal or security reasons: There are some redactors who have the responsibilities of making sure that the contents of certain government publications are legally safe to reveal to unofficial viewers.
3. Etymology: from Latin redactio from redigere, "to bring back, to drive back" from re-, "back, again" + -agere, "to drive."
An editor who reviews publications.
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