Definition of Redactor

1. Noun. Someone who puts text into appropriate form for publication.

Exact synonyms: Redact, Reviser, Rewrite Man, Rewriter
Specialized synonyms: Abbreviator, Abridger
Generic synonyms: Editor, Editor In Chief
Derivative terms: Redact, Redact, Revise, Rewrite, Rewrite



Definition of Redactor

1. n. One who redacts; one who prepares matter for publication; an editor.

Definition of Redactor

1. Noun. A person who redacts; an editor or compiler of texts. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Redactor

1. one that redacts [n -S] - See also: redacts

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redactor

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redactor (current term)
redactorial
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Literary usage of Redactor

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1. Encyclopædia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary, Political and by Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1901)
"Consequently in the portions composed by himself the redactor represents everything as happening in accordance with the law and the ordinances of David ..."

2. Dictionary of the Apostolic Church by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, John Chisholm Lambert (1915)
"not follow that the redactor of the whole was the author of the 'we-sections.' (2) In the same way it is abundantly clear that a great part of the Acts is ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"The critics attribute this to the final "redactor" of the Pentateuch who adopted, according to their views, ..."

4. Egyptian Chronology: An Attempt to Conciliate the Ancient Schemes and to by Frederick Gard Fleay (1899)
"THE redactor (AFRICANUS' SUMS). This is the scheme of the sums stated for ... By these additions (200 years in all) the redactor succeeded in throwing back ..."

5. Genesis by Hinckley Gilbert Thomas Mitchell (1909)
"THE FIRST redactor (R OR Rj) When the two narratives were united the compiler, or, as he is more commonly called, the redactor, — whence the abbreviation R ..."

6. Genesis by Hinckley Gilbert Thomas Mitchell (1909)
"THE FIRST redactor (R OR Rj) When the two narratives were united the compiler, or, as he is more commonly called, the redactor, — whence the abbreviation R ..."

7. The Bible for Home & School by Shailer Mathews (1909)
"THE FIRST redactor (R OR Rj) When the two narratives were united the compiler, or, as he is more commonly called, the redactor, — whence the abbreviation R ..."

8. Catalogue of the Library of the Theel: Seminary in Andover, Massby Oliver Alden Taylor by Oliver Alden Taylor (1838)
"... redactor. Calcem.) 66 BOETTIGER, Charle» Augustus von, -•/«/;,- Councillor and Director of ovo. Lips. 1824. 77 88 the Museum of Antiquities, Dresden; b. ..."

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