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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
edition /i'diʃn/
  • danh từ
    • loại sách in ra loại sách xuất bản
    • số bản in ra (báo, sách...)
    • lần in ra, lần xuất bản
    • (nghĩa bóng) người giống hệt người khác; bản sao
      • she is a livelier edition of her sister: cô ta giống hệt như cô chị nhưng hoạt bát hơn
Concise Dictionary
editionsɪ'dɪʃn
noun
+the form in which a text (especially a printed book) is published
+all of the identical copies of something offered to the public at the same time
+an issue of a newspaper
+something a little different from others of the same type

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
number, issue, printing, print run; copy; version:
The first Monday edition carried the news of the break-in, and a later edition reported the detention of a suspect.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 the form in which a book is published: a paperback / hardback / hardcover edition + She collects first editions of Victorian novels. + the electronic edition of 'The Guardian'
2 a particular newspaper or magazine, or radio or television programme, especially one in a regular series: Tonight's edition of 'Panorama' looks at unemployment. + The story was in Tuesday's edition of 'The New York Times'.
3 (abbreviation ed.) the total number of copies of a book, newspaper or magazine, etc. published at one time: The dictionary is now in its sixth edition. + The article appeared in the evening edition of 'The Mercury'.
See also - LIMITED EDITION
Compare: IMPRESSION (7)
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

first
a bookshop that specializes in rare first editions
| limited, special
The book appeared in a limited edition of 3,000.
| cheap | hardback, leather-bound, paperback | pocket | abridged
They have brought out an abridged edition of the encyclopedia.
| illustrated | revised | critical
a critical edition of Shakespeare's plays
| facsimile
a facsimile edition of Dr Johnson's Dictionary of 1755
| electronic | morning, evening
The story made it into the evening edition of the newspaper.

VERB + EDITION

bring out, issue, produce, publish

EDITION + VERB

appear, be out, come out
The first edition of the newspaper appeared in 1859.

PREP.

in a … ~
The encyclopedia will shortly be out in a revised edition.
| ~ of
the November edition of ‘Vogue’



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