Headed west to edit the venerable Hollywood Reporter, the former Us Weekly star will face a challenge from upstart websites.
Bob Zemeckis also helped her edit both the Staar movie and the new documentary.
In return for exclusive access, Nicolay and Hay gave Robert the right to edit their copy, which he did.
I was there to edit a book about the bombing and the rescue effort to help raise funds for the victims ( In Their Name).
The filmmakers said they thought of Jarecki when they were ready to edit their footage.
Moreover, Maspero has given a current translation in the "Contes Populaires," 2nd edit.
I'd rather be her husband than edit a dozen papers like yours.
He continued to edit Irish literature, to write on literature and fairy-lore for the magazines.
It was interesting, but I should have preferred to edit the recapitulation.
Row's Continuation of Blair's Autobiography, pp. 505, 506, edit.
Use of some kind of editor program to modify a document. Also used to refer to the modification itself, e.g. "my last edit only made things worse".
To edit something usually implies that the changes will persist for some time, usually by saving the edited document to a file, though one might open an editor, create a new document in memory, print it and exit without saving it to disk.
Editing is normally done by a human but see, e.g., sed.