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redact Saltos de línea: re¦dact
Pronunciación: /rɪˈdakt/

Definición de redact en inglés:

verbo

[with object]
1Edit (text) for publication: a confidential memo which has been redacted from 25 pages to just one paragraph
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I have to redact documents on a regular basis.
  • In essence, I begin the editing process - redacting the data, picking useful bits - while taking handwritten notes.
  • Of these twenty-seven pages, all but one and a half have been redacted.
1.1Censor or obscure (part of a text) for legal or security purposes.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The two officials said the administration plans to propose redacting parts of the memos.
  • Now, a lot of the report has been redacted.
  • Now, the victim's name in the report was redacted.

Origen

Mid 19th century: back-formation from redaction.

Derivados

redactor

1
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • An important question to ask in closing will be whether our redactor is merely an editor or also plays the role of author through his redactional activity.
  • The problem is not that he has abridged the Bible - the very creation of Scripture required the editorial judgment of its redactors - but that he has attenuated it.
  • The final redactors of the text clearly did not consider it their business to edit such things out - or even to correct what appear to be outright grammatical errors.

Palabras que riman con redact

abreact, abstract, act, attract, bract, compact, contract, counteract, diffract, enact, exact, extract, fact, humpbacked, impact, interact, matter-of-fact, pact, protract, refract, retroact, subcontract, subtract, tact, tract, transact, unbacked, underact, untracked

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