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guest-edit Syllabification: guest-ed·it

Definition of guest-edit in English:

verb (guest-edits, guest-editing, guest-edited)

[with object]
Be invited to choose material for a single issue or broadcast of (a newspaper, magazine, or television program): it has been an incredible honor to guest-edit this issue
More example sentences
  • We get experts to guest edit special issues.
  • I want to thank you again for the wonderful opportunity to guest edit this magazine.
  • She had hoped to guest-edit the Today programme over Christmas, but was dropped in favour of Colin Firth.

Derivatives

guest editor

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noun
Example sentences
  • He authorized production of six special issues on contemporary themes from a distinguished group of guest editors.
  • A new team of guest editors is set to take over the Today programme over the festive season.
  • Authors with an interest in preparing a submission for this special issue are encouraged to contact the guest editor at the earliest convenience.

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