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special edition

Syllabification: spe·cial e·di·tion

Definition of special edition in English:

noun

An edition of a newspaper, magazine, television program, etc., that differs from the usual format, especially in concentrating on one particularly important story.
Example sentences
  • Cut back on flooding stores with special edition this and special edition that.
  • The explosive testimony will be broadcast on Tuesday night in a special edition of RTE's Prime Time.
  • Well, ‘Entertainment Weekly’ is releasing not one but six different special editions of the magazine with some of your favorite characters on the covers.

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