edition

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yayın

Daha ucuz bir yayınınız var mı? - Haven't you got a cheaper edition?

Ansiklopedinin gözden geçirilmiş sürümü yayınlandı. - A revised edition of the encyclopedia was published.

bası
yayım
basım
baskı

Bildiğim kadarıyla, bu son baskıdır. - As far as I know, this is the latest edition.

Bu sözlük kısaltılmış bir baskıdır. - This dictionary is an abridged edition.

başım
{i} tiraj
bir kitabın bir defada basılması veya basılma sekli
bir kitabın bir defada basılan nüshalarının sayısı
(Askeri) BASKI: Kartografide, diğer neşriyattan farklı olan bir harita veya şema baskısı
de luxe edition lüks baskı
first edition ilk baskı
tabı
edition of
baskısının
edition statement
edition Açıklama
edition contains
(Bilgisayar) baskı içeriği
edition designation
(Askeri) BASKI İŞARETİ: Bir baskıyı diğerinden ayırmak için kullanılan sayı, harf veya sembol
edition designation
(Askeri) baskı işareti
edition number
yayın no
edition options
(Bilgisayar) yayım seçenekleri
edit
yayına hazırlamak
edit
edit etmek
edit
(Bilgisayar) düzenleme

Cümleyi düzenlemek için buraya tıklayın. - Click here to edit the sentence.

Hem Adobe'nin hem de Apple'ın üst seviye düzenleme programları var. - Adobe and Apple both have top-notch video editing programs.

edit
düzeltmek
edit
(yazı) düzenlemek
edit
(Bilgisayar) düzen

Cümleyi düzenlemek için buraya tıklayın. - Click here to edit the sentence.

Hem Adobe'nin hem de Apple'ın üst seviye düzenleme programları var. - Adobe and Apple both have top-notch video editing programs.

edit
düzeltme yapmak
edit
derlemek
edit
yazımlamak data
edit
yazıyı yayına hazırlamak
edit
üzerinde kalem gezdirmek
edit
üzerinde kalem oynatmak
edit
(Bilgisayar) düzenle

En sevdiğiniz resim düzenleme yazılımı hangisi? - What's your favorite image editing software?

Cümleyi düzenlemek için buraya tıklayın. - Click here to edit the sentence.

edit
biçimlemek
extended edition
(Bilgisayar) genişletilmiş sürüm
untitled edition
(Bilgisayar) adsız yayım
marlboro special edition
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edit
yayına hazırla
edit
(kitap/film/vb.) yayına hazırlamak
first edition
ilk basım
limited edition
sayılı baskı
revised edition
gözden geçirilmiş baskı
revised edition
düzeltilmiş baskı
special edition
özel sayı
text edition
yazı basımı
trade edition
alışveriş broşürü
collected edition
Toplanan baskı
edit
biçimle
editions
sürümler
fine edition
ince baskı
ghost edition
hayalet baskı
illustrated edition
resimli baskı
inside edition
baskı içinde
java 2 platform, enterprise edition
java 2 platform, kurumsal baskı
large paper edition
büyük kağıt baskı
limited-edition
sınırlı sayıda
manuscript edition
el yazması baskı
only edition
Sadece baskı
parallel edition
paralel baskı
rare edition
nadir baskı
suppressed edition
bastırılmış baskı
unfinished edition
tamamlanmamış baskı
distributed automation edition (
DAE Dağıtılmış Otomasyon Baskısı
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(Askeri) METNİ GÖZDEN GEÇİRMEK: Kriptografide; metni, müteakip safha için hazırlamak, tashih etmek
edit
telif etmek
edit
başkasının yazdığı bir yazıyı basılmak üzere hazırlamak
edit
{f} yerli yerine koymak
edit
{f} yönetmek
edit
(Nükleer Bilimler) düzeltme
edit
{f} yazımlamak (data)
edit
bir gazetede mesül müdür olmak
edit
{f} redaksiyon yapmak
edit
{f} kısaltmak
edit
yazımlamak
edit
{f} baskıya sokmak
edit
edit yönet/hazırla/düzelt
extended edition
(EE) Genişletilmiş sürüm
pirate edition
korsan baskı
piratical edition
korsan baskı
pocket edition
küçük kitap
pocket edition
cep baskısı
re edition
yeni sayı
re edition
yeni baskı
shared symantec winfax starter edition settings
Paylaşımlı Symantec Winfax Starter Edition Ayarları
special edition
özel baskı
standard edition
(SE) Standart Sürüm / Baskı
symantec winfax starter edition setup wizard
Symantec Winfax Starter Sürümü Kurma Sihirbazı
symantec winfax starter edition status
Symantec Winfax Starter Sürümü Durumu
variorum edition
değişik sayılardan derlenmiş baskı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A literary work edited and published, as by a certain editor or in a certain manner
The whole number of copies of a work printed and published at one time; as, the first edition was soon sold
{n} the impression or print of a book
Books, pamphlets, fascicles, single sheets, etc All copies produced from essentially the same type image (whether by direct contact or by photographic or other methods) and issued by the same entity Intellectual content is unique and unchanged to the work Significant variation of the content requires a new edition statement
An edition is a single television or radio programme that is one of a series about a particular subject. They appeared on an edition of BBC2's Arena. = episode
the books printed from one set of plates Any material alteration to the text or wear to the original plates requiring new plates to be made will result in a new edition (see also impression and issue)
The number of printed copies made of an original work The standard phrase "edition size" therefore refers to the number of copies, not a print's physical dimensions Edition size generally does not include artist proofs or any special edition copies that might be made, these special editions such as printer’s proofs, conservation editions, etc , are all numbered separately
the form in which a text (especially a printed book) is published
Copies of a book, newspaper, etc , printed at one time from the same plates A second or revised edition is one with changes or additions to the text of the earlier work
A vague term used to confuse booklovers In the strictest sence, any group of books printed from the same set of plates More commonly, the term used to refer to the entire number of books produced at a particular time and place It may be a number, i e : "an edition of 10,000"; or it may refer to a priority or source: i e : "the second edition"; "the London edition"; or "the Scribner's edition" The more common and modern use of the word is often used where "Printing" would be more correct
the form in which a text (especially a printed book) is published an issue of a newspaper; "he read it in yesterday's edition of the Times"
A limited run of numbered impressions pulled by (or under the supervision of) the artist This term is relevant only for works printed since about 1880, when artists like Whistler began to limit the number of impressions and to cancel the plate Prints issued in various states are often considered different editions - e g before letters, after letters, or in different colors See also limited edition, numbered
The authorized number of impressions made from a single image, including numbered prints and proofs A limited edition has a specified number noted on each impression The inscription 50/200 reveals that there were 200 prints issued, the one in hand being number 50 This does not mean that it is better or inferior in quality to higher or lower numbers Since the artist destroys badly printed proofs, all are of equil merit
An edition is the total number of copies of a particular book or newspaper that are printed at one time. The second edition was published only in America
All copies of an item produced from essentially the same printing surfaces without regard to the kind of surface (moveable type, lithograph, stereotype, photo-litho, etc ) or the method of reproduction (direct contact, photographic, electrostatic, etc ) See also IMPRESSION, ISSUE, and STATE
All printings of a book from the same original materials Once changes have been made to the original materials, the next printing becomes a new edition
All impressions of a work printed from one setting of type A revised or new edition usually indicates that the text has been changed or new materials added
The total prints of a completed single image or series of images that are numbered and signed by the artist and not retained for the proofs (see: artist's proofs; hors commerce proof; printer's proof; publisher's proofs; trial proof; working proof) top
The edition of the map sheet, for example "5"
A literary work edited and published, as by a certain editor or in a certain manner; as, a good edition of Chaucer; Chalmers' edition of Shakespeare
published version, as in: Read the latest edition of the Tax Tips and Tactics newsletter
A version of a work which is different in substance from the previous one, in ways that are normally affected by an editor These ways include change of contents, arrangement, or format; lengthening or shortening; association or dissociation with other works; intentional rather than inadvertent change of text; and change of title or other presentational device, but do not include creative refashioning or extension The contrast, in modern times, is with a printing, which is the same substance reissued, the only changes normally encountered being ones of format or the correction or introduction of misprints The work of an editor is in principle different from the work of an author, even if the author oversees the edition, or acts as editor
something a little different from others of the same type; "an experimental version of the night fighter"; "an emery wheel is a modern variant of the grindstone"; "the boy is a younger edition of his father"
The whole number of copies of a printed work from the same set of type or plates These are not necessarily printed at the same time See BOOK
A specific "cut" of a program element VisualAge for Java supports multiple editions of program elements See open edition, versioned edition, and scratch edition
all of the identical copies of something offered to the public at the same time; "the first edition appeared in 1920"; "it was too late for the morning edition"; "they issued a limited edition of Bach recordings
This is the body of prints or sculpture essentially identical to the right to print impression or standard used for the edition or prototype Two numbers are used in the signing procedure: the upper number follows a consecutive sequence beginning with 1 through the total in the edition (example: 3/25); the lower number indicates the total number of pieces in the edition
the form in which a text (especially a printed book) is published an issue of a newspaper; "he read it in yesterday's edition of the Times" all of the identical copies of something offered to the public at the same time; "the first edition appeared in 1920"; "it was too late for the morning edition"; "they issued a limited edition of Bach recordings
An edition of a print includes all the impressions published at the same time or as part of the same publishing event A first edition print is one which was issued with the first published group of impressions First edition prints are sometimes pre-dated by a proof edition Editions of a print should be distinguished from states of a print There can be several states of a print from the same edition, and there can be several editions of a print all with the same state For limited editions, cf below
Refers to the total number of prints made from the same plates or screens, such as "there are 250 prints in this edition"
the whole (usually first) printing of a title See new edition, first edition
an issue of a newspaper; "he read it in yesterday's edition of the Times"
{i} total number of copies printed at the same time (of a book, newspaper, etc.); form in which a book is published
Sub-versions within a given magazine issue's print run and distribution For example, a magazine may have separate editions for subscriber versus newsstand copies, U S versus Canadian copies, or by region or certain types of audience demographics
An edition is a particular version of a book, magazine, or newspaper that is printed at one time. A paperback edition is now available at bookshops
All copies of a book printed at any time from the same setting of type Includes impressions, issues, and printings According to Gaskill, a book reissued with less than half of the type being reset would be called another impression or issue (P Gaskill, A new introduction to bibliography Oxford U P , 1972 )
All copies of a title issued by the same publisher on the same date
The authorized number of impressions produced The edition includes all numbered pieces artist's proofs (a p ) hors de commerce examples (H C , i e outside of usual commerce) and printers proofs (P P )
collector's edition
A release of a product that has additional features or items in it then the regular retail version. In the case of a DVD this could be behind the scene comments, or a music CD could contain the song text in a special booklet
dead tree edition
Paper version of a publication that can be found online

dead-tree edition Derogatory cyberspeak for the paper version of a periodical.

edit
To be the editor of a publication

He edits the Bee.

edit
A change to the text of a document
edition.
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edit
{v} to publish, to superintend a publication
Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition
{i} J2EE, Java platform designed for the mainframe-scale computing of large enterprises
Morning Edition
a US news programme broadcast in the morning on National Public Radio stations
Visual Basic Scripting Edition
programming language developed by Microsoft that is based on Visual Basic and supported by the Internet Explorer browser enables features similar to Java, such as interactive buttons, scrolls, etc
afternoon edition
afternoon printing of a newspaper
de luxe edition
fancy edition, elegant version
edit
To change or modify For example, to insert, remove, replace, or move text Source: NUIG
edit
Use Edit to edit the content of a selected object Selecting Edit automatically checks out the object and opens its content for editing
edit
the matter of, for publication; as, to edit a newspaper
edit
in typesetting, a rerun from computer memory such that only corrections need to be checked
edit
supervise the publication of; "The same family has been editing the influential newspaper for almost 100 years
edit
Refers to the action of changing things in a file
edit
[v] to review the content, grammar, and structure of written material to improve its correctness and readability
edit
cut and assemble the components of; "edit film"; "cut recording tape"
edit
To correct errors within, or modify, a computer file, a geographic data set, or a tabular tile containing attribute data
edit
If you edit a book or a series of books, you collect several pieces of writing by different authors and prepare them for publishing. This collection of essays is edited by Ellen Knight She has edited the media studies quarterly, Screen. the Real Sandwich Book, edited by Miriam Polunin. + editing edit·ing He was certainly not cut out to combine the jobs of editing and writing as a journalist
edit
(1) To prepare data for a later operation (2) Functions such as the rearrangement or the addition of data, the deletion of unwanted data, format control, code conversion and the application of standard processes such as zero suppression
edit
In IRIS Showcase you edit an object when you want to alter individual elements of the object – letters and words in a Text object, points in a Graphics object, and models in a 3D container
edit
To make a change in an existing document You might add to it, delete part, or move parts within the document
edit
A switch that does different things depending on the operational mode that the machine is in: 1) If a computer-controlled transport is in "Stop," pushing the "Edit" switch deactivates the computer-controlled tension system and allows the reels to be moved by hand to find the exact spot desired on the tape 2) If the machine is in "Play", the "Edit" switch makes the take-up reel cease taking up the tape and it falls to the floor 3) If the machine is in a fast-wind mode, the tape lifters are defeated so the tape is in contact with the reproduce head and the engineer can hear where the selections begin and end
edit
An edit is the process of examining and correcting a text so that it is suitable for publishing. The purpose of the edit is fairly simple -- to chop out the boring bits from the original
edit
To correct errors within, or modify, a computer file, a geographic data set, or a tabular file containing attribute data
edit
Any change to a file, no matter how small, is referred to as an edit In fact, edit can be used to indicate the original creation of a file Word processors represent the ultimate in editing programs Windows98 contains a simple text editor called NOTEPAD that is especially useful for creating simple ASCII documents Any changes made to Access or Excel files are also referred to as edits
edit
(1) (v ) To change the data in a document or file (2) (v ) To check the accuracy of a document or file
edit
{f} revise, alter; make changes and corrections prior to printing
edit
supervise the publication of; "The same family has been editing the influential newspaper for almost 100 years"
edit
cut or eliminate; "she edited the juiciest scenes"
edit
to review a piece of writing, marking and correcting grammatical, spelling, and factual errors The editing process also often includes shortening or lengthening articles to fit available space, writing headlines and subheads
edit
If you edit a film or a television or radio programme, you choose some of what has been filmed or recorded and arrange it in a particular order. He taught me to edit and splice film He is editing together excerpts of some of his films. + editing edit·ing He sat in on much of the filming and early editing
edit
Alter, modify; for example, you can edit a GRADE diagram symbol by changing the text within it You can edit a diagram by deleting or moving elements, etc
edit
Someone who edits a newspaper, magazine, or journal is in charge of it. I used to edit the college paper in the old days
edit
To change a text, or a document
edit
Certain versions of DDR allow the player to insert a memory card and play steps that he created on a playstation
edit
To remove errors from, or to modify a computer file of a program, a digitized map or a file containing attribute data
edit
In computer terminology, to arrange, delete, select, or add to information
edit
To superintend the publication of; to revise and prepare for publication; to select, correct, arrange, etc
edit
prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting; "Edit a a book on lexical semantics"; "she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages"
edit
Logic within the Standard Claims Processing System (or PSC Supplemental Edit Software) that selects certain claims, evaluates or compares information on the selected claims or other accessible source, and depending on the evaluation, takes action on the claims, such as pay in full, pay in part, or suspend for manual review
edit
Process or result of selectively recording video and or audio on finished videotape Basically involves reviewing raw footage and transferring desired sections from the master tape onto the new tape in a pre-determined sequence
edit
An Edit mode is a mode in which specific parameters are changed Each of the four main modes (Voice/Performance/Song/Pattern), the Sampling mode and the Master mode all have their own specific Edit modes that edit different things In the Voice and Performance edit modes, specific parameters dedicated to how the Voice and/or Performance sounds and plays are edited
edit
To prepare or modify data (e g , text, image, sound) by cutting, rearranging, altering adapting or refining
edit
If you edit a text such as an article or a book, you correct and adapt it so that it is suitable for publishing. The majority of contracts give the publisher the right to edit a book after it's done. an edited version of the speech. + editing edit·ing Throughout the editing of this book, we have had much support and encouragement
edit
to make a change in an existing document You might add to it, delete part, or move parts within the - document
edit
Build a video or audio program from source footage
edit
To modify and correct a manuscript to conform to the publisher's standards
editions
plural of edition
evening edition
edition of the newspaper which is issued in the evening
extra edition
additional copy (of a book, newspaper, etc.)
final edition
last printing or issue, final set of copies printed
first edition
The first printing of the first edition (as far as collectors are concerned)
first edition
first printing of a literary work, one copy of a first edition
first edition
one of the first copies of a book, which is often valuable
first edition
The original printing from the original, unchanged plates and materials
first edition
The first published appearance of a book There are many disagreements about the use of the term "first edition" in the antiquarian trade For a good explanation of the various accepted definitions see John Carter's "ABC for Book Collectors" Oak Knoll, 1992
first edition
the first edition comprises all the copies of a book printed from the original setting of type: where there were several printings or impressions (see impression) of the first edition, the phrase, unless suitably qualified, implies the first of these
first edition
To book collectors, first edition always refers to the first edition and first printing See also: edition
first edition
name of one of the major systems suppliers for EDI
first edition
Generally used by book dealers and collectors to mean the first appearance of a work in book or pamphlet form, in its first printing
first edition
The first appearance of a work in book form (sometimes denoted as first US or first UK)
first edition
The official name of the 5: 30-6: 00 show
first edition
In book collecting practice this refers to the earliest issue of the first printing of the first edition That is the only true first In the publishing industry, any issue of the book without significant content change
inside edition
version or edition intended for use only with a certain location (business, university, etc.)
international edition
edition that is available in more than one country
limited edition
An edition that has a maximum number of prints determined prior to printing The prints are numbered in succession Example: 25/100 refers to the print number 25 out of an edition of 100
limited edition
an edition that is restricted to a specific number of copies
limited edition
A book whose publication is restricted in number Limited editions are typically signed and numbered by the author and have a colophon indicating the total number of books printed Limited editions whose print runs are short (1,000 or less) are considered more desirable and lower numbered volumes of a limited run are generally more desirable than their higher numbered volumes
limited edition
An edition created from printing many images from one master from which a predetermined number of prints are produced Normally, the pieces are numbered in succession as a fraction: the top number identifying the print in the series and the bottom number indicating the size of the entire edition (how many images were printed) Thus, the inscription 102/300 reveals that there were 300 prints issued in the edition, and the current one is number 102
limited edition
a lighthouse with production limited to a specific quantity and, in a few cases, to the number of orders received within a set time frame (such as Collectors Society Exclusives)
limited edition
A printing which is limited to a stated number Often inscribed with the author's signature and a sequence number
limited edition
A set of identical prints that are numbered in succession and signed by the artist The artist also sets the total number of prints (making them "limited") and supervises the printing process All additional prints are destroyed
limited edition
A piece scheduled for a predetermined production quantity
limited edition
As applied to fine art photographs, the term "limited edition" is usually understood to mean a stated number of prints of an image in a particular size and in a particular format When no additional photographic prints in any size or format will be made from a particular negative, that concept is usually communicated by a phrase such as "the negative has been retired" because negatives are rarely destroyed
limited edition
the issue of something collectible, such as prints, limited to certain number quantity of numbered copies The first number indicates the number of the piece; the second number indicates the total quantity in the edition i e 123/200
limited edition
n 1 A reproduction of an original work of art that is signed and sequentially numbered by the artist The total number of prints is fixed by the artist or publisher Limited editions can be offset reproductions, digital prints, serigraphs, original lithographs, etc
limited edition
an edition which is limited to a certain number of copies, that number given somewhere in the text Often signed by author
limited edition
Often you will see a doll being touted as a Limited Edition What this means is that the original doll design has been used to create a mold and identical dolls are being created They are often set in a predetermined number and once that number of creation has been reached the molds are generally broken in order to guarantee that the limited edition has been met and will not be created again
limited edition
An edition or set of prints of a known number of impressions, usually fewer than 200, numbered and signed
limited edition
An edition of an image with a set number of copies made; limit is usually enforced by destroying the materials used to create the copies
limited edition
Any reproduction whose run is limited to a fixed number of copies, often signed and numbered
limited edition
the size of the edition is limited to a set (usually small) number of copies
limited edition
A specified and limited quantity of books, often numbered and frequently signed by the author to top
limited edition
an edition limited to a stated number of copies, usually numbered by hand, and sometimes also signed
limited edition
A limited edition is one whose size is determined in advance by the publisher Each print in the edition is signed by the artist and then individually numbered (s/n)
limited edition
Identical prints of the same edition, numbered in sequence (or other marks) to denote limited production A stated maximum number of printed copies or impressions
limited edition
Print or Reproduction A limited edition is one whose size is determined in advance by the artist or publisher hence limited The limited editions are a set of identical prints Each print in the edition is signed by the artist and then individually numbered (s/n) The number of the print is example 50/500 The 50 designates the print number over the entire edition size of 500
limited edition
A limited edition print is one in which a limit is placed on the number of impressions pulled in order to create a scarcity of the print Limited editions are usually numbered and are often signed Limited editions are a relatively recent development, dating from the late nineteenth century Earlier prints were limited in the number of their impressions solely by market demand or by the maximum number that could be printed by the medium used The inherent physical limitations of the print media and the relatively small size of the pre-twentieth century print market meant that non-limited edition prints from before the late nineteenth century were in fact quite limited in number even though not intentionally so German printmaker Adam von Bartsch, in his 1821 Anleitung zur Kupferstichkunde, estimated the maximum number of quality impressions it was possible to pull using different print media
limited edition
A special printing of a book, sometimes in a special case and/or signed by the author, available in a limited quantity
limited edition
The size of a limited edition is determined in advance by the publisher Each print in the edition is signed by the artist and then individually numbered (s/n)
limited edition
A limited edition is a work of art, such as a book which is only produced in very small numbers, so that each one will be valuable in the future. An edition, as of a book or print, restricted to a specified number of copies. a small number of special copies of a book, picture etc which are produced at one time only
limited edition
a set of prints of a known number, usually not more than 200 that are signed by the artist and numbered
local edition
edition produced especially for a specific area
morning edition
morning version on a newspaper, edition of a newspaper that is printed for morning delivery
new edition
a publication (such as a book) that has been modified or updated and offered again for sale
news edition
edition containing the news
pocket edition
edition small enough to fit in a pocket
popular edition
edition made for the general population
revised edition
edition that has been corrected and improved
special edition
special issue, special publication (of a magazine or newspaper)
text edition
An edition of a book designed especially for use in schools or colleges
trade edition
An edition of a book published for distribution to the general public through booksellers
trial edition
experimental version of a book that is published for the first time
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