Translation of editorial in Spanish:

editorial

Pronunciation: /ˌedəˈtɔːriəl; ˌedɪˈtɔːriəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (in publishing) [assistant/director] de redacción editorial experience experiencia (feminine) de corrección or edición de textos
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    • Why is the assessment of editorial excellence as murky as critical judgment of poetry, chamber music or architecture?
    • He had also hired a fresh team of senior editorial executives, nearly all of whom were still there eight years later.
    • The award is the result of collaboration between the editorial staff of Euromoney publications and consultants from major accounting and financial services firms.
    1.2 [Journalism/Periodismo] [comment/decision/freedom] editorial
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    • But newspapers have NO right to lie to their readers and pass off advertising as editorial news or comment.
    • This is the 10th consecutive month the index has shown growth in manufacturing, yet this report received scant mention in the nightly news or on the editorial pages of the major newspapers.
    • The tour had received quite a fair amount of free advertising on the editorial pages.

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