Translation of edition in Spanish:

edition

Pronunciation: /ɪˈdɪʃən/

n

  • 1.1 (book) edición (f) a hardback/paperback edition una edición de pasta dura/blanda
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    • These texts are in Arabic and need to be published with critical editions, precise translations and solid commentaries.
    • The Irish Texts Society, founded in 1900, began to publish editions of classic Irish texts with full scholarly apparatus.
    • However, a paperback edition was published in 2001, and hopefully its appearance means that the book has enjoyed something of the success it certainly deserves.
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    • It is the conclusion of the reviewer that this edition is only a minor revision of previous editions.
    • The number of revisions and editions would indicate that sales were at least adequate.
    • It's a clever way to introduce the revisions to the first edition.
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    • Purloined, which was published in an edition of 750 numbered copies, isn't an easy book to read.
    • The book, published in an edition of 6,000 copies on 19 December, sold out in a few days.
    • The pre-1631 editions probably produced a total of 40-60,000 copies.
    1.2 (printing) edición (f) a revised edition una edición corregida 1.3 (of newspaper) edición (f) the morning edition la edición de la mañana 1.4 (of print, etching) edición (f)

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