editor

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
editör

1935'de bir yazar, annesi tarafından sağlanan fonla bir şiir kitabı yayımlattı. İthaf yazısında, onun kitap müsveddesini kabul etmeyen tüm editörlere teşekkür etti. - In 1935 a writer published a book of poetry with funds provided by his mother. In the dedication he thanked all the editors who had rejected his manuscript.

Bir editör olmak istemez misin? - You don't want to be an editor?

düzeltici
düzeltmen
düzenleyen
(Askeri) YAZAR, BAŞYAZAR
yayıncı

Editör ve yayıncı benim kuzenimdir. - The editor and publisher is my cousin.

Bu derginin editörü ve yayıncısı bazı okuyucular tarafından eleştirildi. - The editor and publisher of this magazine was criticized by some readers.

basıcı
(Bilgisayar) metin düzenleyici
(Basın) yayın müdürü

Tom şimdi yeni genel yayın müdürü oldu. - Tom just became the new editor-in-chief.

Tom sorumlu yayın müdürü oldu. - Tom became editor-in-chief.

biçimlendirici
(Kanun) naşir
yayın yönetmeni

Yayın yönetmeni el yazısı kitaba baktı. - The editor glanced over the manuscript.

biçimleyici
(metin) düzenleyici
bir kitabı matbaaya gitmek üzere tertip edip hazırlayan kimse
{i} redaktör
{i} program kurgu sorumlusu
müellif
{i} yazı ileri müdürü
editorship kitap hazırlama veya yazma
müelliflik
editörlük
gazete müdürü
{i} yayımcı

Hem editör hem de yayımcı benim kuzenlerim. - The editor and the publisher are both my cousins.

{i} başyazar
editor in chief
(Basın) baş editör
editor program
editör program
editor in chief
yayımcı
editor in chief
editör
editor in chief
başyazar
editor name
(Bilgisayar) düzenleyici adı
editor note
editör notu
associate editor
(Basın) yardımcı editör
copy editor
(Basın) editör
default editor
(Bilgisayar) varsayılan düzenleyici
executive editor
genel yayın yönetmeni
linkage editor
(Bilgisayar) bağlayıcı
linkage editor
(Bilgisayar) bağ düzenleyicisi
managing editor
(Basın) şef editör
picture editor
(Bilgisayar) resim düzenleyicisi
property editor
(Bilgisayar) özellik düzenleyici
registry editor
(Bilgisayar) kayıt düzenleyici
registry editor
(Bilgisayar) kayıt defteri düzenleyici
registry editor
(Bilgisayar) kayıt defteri düzenleyicisi
rule editor
(Bilgisayar) kural düzenleyicisi
stream editor
(Bilgisayar) akım düzenleyici
stream editor
(Bilgisayar) duraksız düzenleyici
string editor
(Bilgisayar) dize düzenleyicisi
context editor
bağlam editörü
equation editor
denklem düzenleyici
line editor
satır editörü
linkage editor
bağlama yordamı
picture editor
resim seçici
text editor
metin editörü
copy editor
kopya editörü
editors
kurgucu
editors
editörler

Deneyimli editörler iyi iş yaparlar. - Experienced editors do good work.

1935'de bir yazar, annesi tarafından sağlanan fonla bir şiir kitabı yayımlattı. İthaf yazısında, onun kitap müsveddesini kabul etmeyen tüm editörlere teşekkür etti. - In 1935 a writer published a book of poetry with funds provided by his mother. In the dedication he thanked all the editors who had rejected his manuscript.

female editor
kadın editörü
graphics editor
grafik editörü
interactive editor
Etkileşimli editörü
interactive text editor
Etkileşimli metin editörü
playlist editor
müzik listesi yönetiminde kullanılan program
screen editor
ekran editörü
senior editor
kıdemli editörü
technical editor
teknik editörü
application deployment editor
Uygulama Dağıtım Düzenleyicisi
binary editor
(Bilgisayar) ikili sistem düzenleyicisi
button editor
(Bilgisayar) düğme düzenleyici
button editor
(Bilgisayar) düğme düzenleyicisi
city editor
yöresel makaleler sorumlusu
city editor
ticari ve mali makaleler sorumlusu
composite editor
karma düzenleyici
database editor
(Bilgisayar) veritabanı düzenleyici
dialog editor
İletişim Düzenleyici
equation editor embedder
(MathTyp e) Equation Editor Katıştırıcısı
graphic editor
grafik duzenleyici
linkage editor
bağlantı düzenleyicisi
macro editor
Makro düzenleyici
menu editor
(Bilgisayar) menü düzenleyici
menu editor
(Bilgisayar) menü düzenle
menu editor
(Bilgisayar) menü düzenleyicisi
method editor
(Bilgisayar) yöntem düzenleyici
method editor
(Bilgisayar) yöntem düzenleyicisi
mime editor
(Bilgisayar) mime düzenleyicisi
news editor
istihbarat şefi
night editor
gece editörü
night editor
gece saymanı
object editor
(Bilgisayar) nesne düzenleyici
password list editor
(Bilgisayar) parola listesi düzenleyicisi
pattern editor
(Bilgisayar) desen düzenleyici
picture editor embedder
(WinDraw) Picture Editor
prison editor
yazı işleri editörü
private character editor
Özel Karekter Düzenleyicisi
registry editor
Kayıt Düzenleyicisi
script editor
Komut Dosyası Düzenleyicisi
script editor
Betik Düzenleyicisi
script editor
oyun danışmanı
script editor
dramaturg
security configuration editor
Güvenlik Yapılandırma Düzenleyicisi
sporting editor
spor yazarı
stream editor
duraksız düzenleyici akım
system configuration editor
Sistem Yapılandırma Düzenleyicisi
text editor
Metin Düzenleyicisi
transaction editor
(Askeri) kayıt düzenleyici
user profile editor
Kullanıcı Profil Düzenleyicisi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A person at a newspaper or similar institution who edits stories and decides which ones to publish
A machine used for editing (cutting and splicing) movie film
A program for creating and making changes to files, especially text files
Someone who manipulates video footage and assembles it into the correct order etc for broadcast; a picture editor
A person who edits or makes changes to documents
A person who edited a specific document
A copy editor
{n} one who prepares a book for the press
One of several programs in Unix used to create and modify text files, some common editors include vi, ee and, pico
Most free website providers provide a program (editor) to edit the HTML code of webpages online "Basic" means you edit the HTML code directly in the editor "Advanced" means the editor will generate the the web page for you after you make some selections, so you never see the HTML code (good if you don't know HTML)
a person responsible for the editorial aspects of publication; the person who determines the final content of a text (especially of a newspaper or magazine)
An interactive program that can create and modify files of a particular type
A programming tool by which a software developer edits the text (code) of a software program
A program for preparing and/or modifying a SOURCE PROGRAM or other file by addition, deletion, or change
Usually refers to a program that helps a person design, construct, or maintain a webpage or web site Most webpages are written in HTML, the language of the web For many beginners, this language is confusing and hard to master Commercial editors like PageMill, HomePage, and Netscape Composer help users to create content for their web pages easily and efficiently
One who prepares for publication for an item not his or her own The editorial work may be limited to the preparation of the item for the manufacturer, or it may include supervision of the manufacturing, revision, (restitution), or elucidation of the content of the item, and the addition of introduction, notes, and other critical matter In some cases, it may involve the technical direction of a staff or person engaged in creation or compiling the content of the item See also Compiler
One who edits; esp
(n ) A program to assist you in creating and modifying written material to be stored in files
-a feature of a programming environment that includes special help for programmers in the space where the program is written   Like an editor for word processing that cues the writer for spelling or grammar errors, a programming language editor includes messages that appear when a mistake is made typing in a command, or when rules of the programming "grammar" are violated   Some even include messages to detect logic errors As an example of a grammar syntax error, if I type fd100 into the MicroWorlds command box, I get a message from the turtle that states, "I don't know how to fd100" because the programming language rule requires a space between the command "fd" and the distance 100, so fd 100 is the correct format and will work             (return to CONTENTS to find your way back to the link point in the section of text that brought you here)
a person who prepares, superintends, revises, and corrects a book, magazine, or newspaper, etc
A program that creates files or makes changes to existing files In FrontPage, Page view is a Web page editor, and the HTML tab in Page view is an HTML editor You can associate files in FrontPage-based webs with external editors, so that double-clicking these files opens them in their associated editing programs For example, you can associate picture files to be opened in your favorite image editing program, such as Microsoft Image Composer
(computer science) a program designed to perform such editorial functions as rearrangement or modification or deletion of data
A program that creates files or makes changes to existing files
A program for modifying the contents of text files Full-screen editors, such as vi, use video display terminals to display several lines of the file being manipulated; they allow the user to move the cursor to a specific location and change the text there Line editors, such as ed, work on a line-by-line basis Stream editors, such as sed, work by applying commands from a previously prepared list (called a script) instead of by accepting commands from the user
{i} one who prepares printed matter for publication (i.e. newspaper, book, etc.); one who revises, one who reviews and corrects
An editor is a person who prepares a film, or a radio or television programme, by selecting some of what has been filmed or recorded and putting it in a particular order. She worked at 20th Century Fox as a film editor
A program which deletes obscene commands
An editor is a person who checks and corrects texts before they are published. Your role as editor is important, for you can look at a piece of writing objectively
One who prepares for publication an item not his or her own intellectual work The editorial work may be limited to the preparation of the item for the manufacturer, or it may include supervision of the manufacturing, revision (restitution), or elucidation of the content of the item, and the addition of an introduction, notes, and other critical matter In some cases, it may involve the technical direction of a staff of persons engaged in creating or compiling the content of the item See also Compiler
An interactive program that can create and modify files of a particular type For example, the FrontPage Editor is an HTML editor
A text manipulation program, similar to a word processor, designed to handle primarily {ASCII} files The most often-used ones in UNIX are vi, a simple full-screen editor, and Emacs, a text whacker of Herculean power [69] Many PC-oriented computer users are accustomed to using only a word processor for text manipulation, but the editor is the single most important tool of computer professionals, especially those who program <<The best way to read the plain text version of the Glossary is to peruse it with an editor >>
An editor is a radio or television journalist who reports on a particular type of news. our economics editor, Dominic Harrod
One who prepares for publication an item not his or her own The editorial work may be limited to preparation of the item for the manufacturer, or it may include supervision of the manufacturing, revision, or elucidation of the content of the item, and the addition of an introduction, notes, and other critical matter In some cases, it may involve the technical direction of a staff of persons engaged in creating or compiling the content of the item SEE ALSO Compiler
An editor is the person who is in charge of a newspaper or magazine and who decides what will be published in each edition of it
An editor is a person who collects pieces of writing by different authors and prepares them for publication in a book or a series of books. Michael Rosen is the editor of the anthology
A program, such as HomeSite from Allaire, used to create, or change the content of HTML documents Compare this with browser
A program, such as HoTMetaL PRO, used to create, or change the content of, HTML documents Compare this with browser
Utility program that creates and modifies text files An editor can be used for creation of documents or creation of code for computer programs The CP/M editor is invoked by typing the command ED next to the system prompt on the console
An interactive program that allows you to input, update, delete and store information on the computer The information may be programs, data, or actual textual material such as letters or dissertations
An editor is a journalist who is responsible for a particular section of a newspaper or magazine. Cookery Editor Moyra Fraser takes you behind the scenes
The process through which programs are entered into the computer It allows items to be created, changed and deleted from any file
An interactive program that can create and modify files of a particular type For example, the FrontPage Editor is an HTML editor Top e-mail (electronic mail) A service for sending messages electronically, over a computer network Top emphasis text The HTML character style used for mild emphasis Certain browsers display emphasized text as italic Top EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) An extension of the PostScript graphics file format developed by Adobe Systems EPS lets PostScript graphics files be incorporated into other documents FrontPage supports importing EPS files Top Ethernet A commonly used local area network (LAN) technology Top extended attribute An HTML attribute not directly supported in FrontPage In FrontPage, extended attributes are assigned to an object such as a page or image using the Extended button in the object's properties dialog box Top external hyperlink A hyperlink to any file that is outside the current FrontPage web
for publication
One who prepares a bibliographic item for publication that contains a work or works not his or her own Editors are indexed in the author file on UNISTAR
A program that creates or modifies files
An editor is a computer program that enables you to change and correct stored data
editor in chief
The highest ranking editor on an editorial staff
editor-in-chief
Alternative spelling of editor in chief
editor in chief
The editor having final responsibility for the operations and policies of a publication
editor in chief
editor who heads an editorial staff, one responsible for supervising the preparation of a publication (newspaper, magazine, etc.)
editor in chief
a person responsible for the editorial aspects of publication; the person who determines the final content of a text (especially of a newspaper or magazine)
editor program
(computer science) a program designed to perform such editorial functions as rearrangement or modification or deletion of data
editor's desk
office or desk of the editor (one responsible supervising the preparation of a publication)
copy editor
someone who corrects printed material and prepares it for typesetting, printing, or online publishing
editor.
ed
letter to the editor
A letter written to a newspaper, magazine or other periodical about issues of concern to readers, usually intended to be published in the paper/periodical

The man wanted to show support for his choice for mayor by writing a letter to the editor.

link editor
A program that links modules together, by resolving calls or references to external names, to form a single executable program
script editor
A member of a television drama production team who liases with a team of writers to ensure conformity and suitability
story editor
A script editor
text editor
A program which allows a user to edit the contents of a text file, usually in an interactive way with immediate visual feedback. Compare word processor
An editor
editioner
art editor
a editor who is responsible for illustrations and layouts in printed matter
business editor
the newspaper editor responsible for business news
chief editor
{i} principal editor, head editor
city editor
the newspaper editor in charge of editing local news
copy editor
someone whose job is to make sure that the words in a book, newspaper etc are correct and ready to be printed
copy editor
The person who reviews a manuscript for style, punctuation, spelling, and grammar
copy editor
Someone who helps prepare material for publication Copy editors find and correct mistakes in grammar, spelling, and usage (is this the right word to use for what you're trying to say here?) They also try to ensure consistency (if the hero has red hair on page ten, does he suddenly appear as a blond on page 245?) and completeness (do the questions raised on the first page ever get answered?) And, finally, copy editors help style the work so that it conveys the message intended by the author
copy editor
an editor who prepares text for publication
copy editor
the person employed in a publishing house who works on the detail of a book, ensuring accuracy and completeness and preparing it for typesetting
copy editor
The person who edits news stories and writes headlines
copy editor
An editor who prepares final copy for the Printer
copy editor
An expert in spelling, grammar, punctuation, word usage and style who gives writing its final review before production (lay-out and printing)
copy editor
A copy editor prepares text for publication They proofread articles and often act as fact-checkers as well
copy editor
one who edits and headlines a newspaper; one who prepares copy for printing
deputy managing editor
assistant editor
editors
Arnaud Le Hors, W3C
editors
Brian Lavoie <[email protected] org>
editors
World Wide Web page editing programs that use buttons and icons to insert coded tags
editors
John Bosco
editors
Processing windows in which MIDI and audio tracks are processed or edited in detail
editors
Mike Alexander - Integrated Geophysics Corporation
editors
Arnaud Le Hors, IBM
editors
plural of editor
exchange editor
An editor who inspects, and culls from, periodicals, or exchanges, for his own publication
letters to the editor
letters written to the editor of a magazine or newspaper
linkage editor
an editor program that creates one module from several by resolving cross-references among the modules
managing editor
general editor, editor of a newspaper which is in charge of all other editors
managing editor
the editor in charge of all editorial activities of a newspaper or magazine
news editor
person who edits the news for newspapers (or radio/television stations, etc.)
newspaper editor
the editor of a newspaper
newspaper editor
one who prepares a newspaper for print and also controls the policy and contents of a newspaper
night-editor
editor who makes final revisions to news stories before publishing the newspaper
senior editor
one of the lead editors, editor which experience and authority
sports editor
the newspaper editor responsible for sports news
sub-editor
(British) one who edits and headlines a newspaper; one who prepares copy for printing
sub-editor
A sub-editor is a person whose job it is to check and correct articles in newspapers or magazines before they are printed. someone whose job is to examine other people's writing, such as a newspaper article, and to correct mistakes
text editor
program which enables users to edit text files without design preferences or control characters
text editor
(computer science) an application that can be used to create and view and edit text files
text editor
a program, such as vi or emacs, that allows you to create and modify text files
text editor
Any program which will do even the most basic word processing and will save files to standard ASCII text Check your program's manual if you are unsure of how this would be done, as different programs will do things differently
text editor
A program that allows you to create and edit text files Text editors, such as Wordpad, provide fewer formatting options than word processors
text editor
Web page editing software that requires the user to view and write HTML code as a series of tags, rather than viewing and editing a screen that looks exactly like the Web page will look, which is what WYSIWYG editors can do Text editors can be more difficult to work with than WYSIWYG editors because they require knowledge of HTML code, but they tend to offer greater flexibility and functionality Back to top
text editor
(n ) The software for creating, changing, or removing text with the aid of a computer Most text editors have two modes: an input mode for typing text and a command mode for moving or modifying text Two UNIX® system examples are the editors ed and vi See line editor, screen editor
text editor
A program that lets you create files of text and edit (or change) them The most common Unix text editors are ed, vi, and emacs
text editor
An application used to create, view, and modify text files For example, Notepad in Windows, Edit in MS-DOS, SimpleText on the Macintosh, or VI on Unix Text editors do not support the formatting functions of word processors
text editor
In computer programming, software used to prepare program source code
text editor
A program for creating and modifying text files
text editor
Software used to create and edit files that contain only text; for example, batch files, address lists and source language programs
text editor
A utility program for creating and modifying text files This differs from a word processor in that the word processors often embed special control codes or escape sequences in the file to control formatting Source: Hyperdictionary
text editor
A text editor is a program, such as Microsoft Notepad, which allows a file containing plain text to be edited directly This means that the content of a file is displayed according to the character codes found within, regardless of any instructions they might contain for other programs In contrast to that generated by word processors such as Microsoft Word, the text generally has no presentational formatting applied to it, except for simple devices such as line breaks and spacing, which are encoded within the document as characters Most text editors provide the author with a range of tools Typically these will include find and replace functions, copy and paste facilities, and syntax highlighting Some, more sophisticated, text editors, such as Emacs, a version of which is available for download from the TEI, offer more sophisticated facilities
text editor
An interactive program that allows you to input, update, delete and store information on the computer The information may be programs, data, or actual textual material such as letters or dissertations See the Inform Text Editors menu
text editor
- A program for editing text files Similar to a word processor, but without most/all of the formatting functions (such as margins, italics, fonts, etc ) Often used for writing or editing scripts, programs and ASCII text files (such as README 1ST)
text editor
Unlike a word processing application a text editing application, such as Windows Notepad, will not introduce hidden markup instructions into a text file For computer programmers this is essential
text editor
A simple program for writing basic text-only documents
text editor
A program used to create text files or to make changes to an existing text file
text editor
A simple word processor with limited facilities
text editor
Applications programs used to edit ASCII files like Notepad
text editor
A software tool for typing plain text documents Windows Notepad and Macintosh Simpletext are examples of text editors
text editor
Used to write wml code The most basic of editors usually work better than more complicated word processors Also try dedicated wml editors
text editor
A program that enables the production of text documents, e g , NotePad It can be used to enter HTML code and produce a source file
text editor
an editor who prepares text for publication
text editor
A program run under your host computer's operating system that you use to create and edit host system files and SQL*Plus command files containing SQL commands, SQL*Plus commands, and/or PL/SQL blocks
text editor
A program that lets you create and modify the contents of text files
editor

    Расстановка переносов

    e·di·tor

    Турецкое произношение

    edıtır

    Произношение

    /ˈedətər/ /ˈɛdətɜr/

    Этимология

    [ 'e-d&-t&r ] (noun.) 1649. From Latin editionem (nominative editio) ‘a bringing forth, producing’, from perfect passive participle editus, from stem of verb edere, ‘bring forth, produce’, from ex-, ‘out’ + -dere, combining form of dare, ‘to give’; + noun of agent suffix -or.

    Видео

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    Слово дня

    hemidemisemiquaver
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