Definition of editorialize in English:


Line breaks: edi¦tori¦al|ize
Pronunciation: /ˌɛdɪˈtɔːrɪəlʌɪz
(also editorialise)


[no object]
(Of a newspaper, editor, or broadcasting organization) express opinions rather than just report the news: the BBC itself was not to editorialize about the news or matters of public policy
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  • The data indicate that only 12 of Ohio's estimated 300 weekly and alternative newspapers editorialized on the judicial race.
  • The statement was ‘of enormous significance,’ the Guardian newspaper editorialised.
  • Well, if it's any consolation for Governor Davis, a number of major California newspapers have editorialized against the recall.

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