edition.

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İngilizce - Türkçe
baskı

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

Bu baskı yedi bin nüsha ile sınırlı. - This edition is limited to seven thousand copies.

{i} yayın

İlk baskı on yıl önce yayınlandı. - The first edition was published ten years ago.

Bu romanın Fransızca dilindeki edisyonu da yayınlandı. - A French language edition of this novel has also been published.

yayım
bası
basım
başım
ed
{k} edited, edition, editor
edition
bir kitabın bir defada basılması veya basılma sekli
edition
bir kitabın bir defada basılan nüshalarının sayısı
edition
{i} tiraj
edition
tabı
edition
(Askeri) BASKI: Kartografide, diğer neşriyattan farklı olan bir harita veya şema baskısı
edition
de luxe edition lüks baskı
edition
first edition ilk baskı
İngilizce - İngilizce
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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
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
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 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 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
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 )
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
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 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 )
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
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 issue of a newspaper; "he read it in yesterday's edition of the Times"
the whole (usually first) printing of a title See new edition, first edition
Refers to the total number of prints made from the same plates or screens, such as "there are 250 prints in this edition"
{i} total number of copies printed at the same time (of a book, newspaper, etc.); form in which a book is published
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 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 form in which a text (especially a printed book) is published
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
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
All copies of a title issued by the same publisher on the same date
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
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
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
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
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
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 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 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
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
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