Translation of editor in Spanish:

editor

Pronunciation: /ˈedətər; ˈedɪtə(r)/

n

  • 1 1.1 (of text) corrector, (m,f) (de estilo), redactor, (m,f), editor, (m,f); (of collected works, series) editor, (m,f) 1.2 (of newspaper, magazine) director, (m,f), redactor, (m,f) responsable editor-in-chief redactor, (masculine, feminine) jefe
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    • In his club he met a newspaper editor who let him ‘embrace journalism’ as a sports writer.
    • But we don't have any black editors of major newspapers or magazines to my knowledge.
    • This, of course, was not the intention of the newspaper's publisher and editors.
    1.3 (of movie, radio show) editor, (masculine, feminine)
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    • No one told me what to write nor was there an unspoken agenda or expectation on the part of the commissioning editor that I knew of.
    • Some have simply had a bad relationship with their editors or the publishing house.
    • How did Miller get to a position in which she could write such stories and her editors give them such play?
  • 2 [Computing/Informática] editor (masculine)
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    • Real Software has also enhanced the tool's database handler, code editor and debugger.
    • In fact in most cases, it is highly desirable to have an editor that wraps long text lines.
    • The editors allows a programmer to directly manipulate the intentional program tree.

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