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ed·i·tor / ˈeditər/ • n. a person who is in charge of and determines the final content of a text, particularly a newspaper or magazine: a sports editor. ∎  a person who works for a publishing company, commissioning or preparing material for publication. ∎  a computer program enabling the user to alter or rearrange online text. DERIVATIVES: ed·i·tor·ship n.

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editor See link editor, text editor.

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