French

Detailed Translations for édit from French to English

édit:


Synonyms for "édit":


Wiktionary Translations for édit:

édit
noun
  1. (term, Antiquité romaine) ordonnance d’un magistrat, d’un empereur.
édit
noun
  1. a proclamation of law
  2. statute

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
édit edict; decree Edikt — Erlass, Verlautbarung (amtlich oder vom Kaiser, König)



English

Detailed Translations for édit from English to French

édit form of edit:

edit [the ~] noun

  1. the edit (draw up; formulate; draft)
    la mise en page; la rédaction; l'edition
  2. the edit
    – A change made to a file or a document. 1
    la modification

to edit verb (edits, edited, editing)

  1. to edit (rewrite; revise)
    adapter; réécrire
    • adapter verb (adapte, adaptes, adaptons, adaptez, )
    • réécrire verb
  2. to edit
    rédiger
    • rédiger verb (rédige, rédiges, rédigeons, rédigez, )
  3. to edit
    – To make a change to an existing file or document. 1
    modifier
    • modifier verb (modifie, modifies, modifions, modifiez, )
  4. to edit
    – To run software that makes extensive, predictable changes to a file automatically, such as a linker or a filter for graphics. 1
    modifier
    • modifier verb (modifie, modifies, modifions, modifiez, )

Conjugations for edit:

present
  1. edit
  2. edit
  3. edits
  4. edit
  5. edit
  6. edit
simple past
  1. edited
  2. edited
  3. edited
  4. edited
  5. edited
  6. edited
present perfect
  1. have edited
  2. have edited
  3. has edited
  4. have edited
  5. have edited
  6. have edited
past continuous
  1. was editing
  2. were editing
  3. was editing
  4. were editing
  5. were editing
  6. were editing
future
  1. shall edit
  2. will edit
  3. will edit
  4. shall edit
  5. will edit
  6. will edit
continuous present
  1. am editing
  2. are editing
  3. is editing
  4. are editing
  5. are editing
  6. are editing
subjunctive
  1. be edited
  2. be edited
  3. be edited
  4. be edited
  5. be edited
  6. be edited
diverse
  1. edit!
  2. let's edit!
  3. edited
  4. editing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for edit:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
edition draft; draw up; edit; formulate
mise en page draft; draw up; edit; formulate page layout; page setup
modification edit alteration; altering; amendment; bending; change; change of form; changing; conversion; metamorphosis; modification; mutation; reformation; remodelling; transformation; transposition
rédaction draft; draw up; edit; formulate account; composition; editorial staff; editorial-committee; editors; editorship; formulation; lecture; paper; project; report
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
adapter edit; revise; rewrite adapt; adjust; fit in; fix; mend; patch; repair; restore; tune
modifier edit alter; amend; barter; bend; change; convert; create; differentiate; exchange; interchange; invent; make; modify; nuance; reform; remodel; reorganise; reorganize; reshape; reverse; review; revise; rewrite; swap; switch; trade in; transform; transpose; vary
rédiger edit
réécrire edit; revise; rewrite
- blue-pencil; cut; delete; edit out; redact
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
modifier change

Related Words for "edit":

  • reedit, editing, edited, editable, edits

Synonyms for "edit":


Related Definitions for "edit":

  1. prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting2
    • she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages2
  2. cut or eliminate2
    • she edited the juiciest scenes2
  3. cut and assemble the components of2
    • edit film2
  4. supervise the publication of2
    • The same family has been editing the influential newspaper for almost 100 years2
  5. To make a change to an existing file or document.1
  6. A change made to a file or a document.1
  7. To run software that makes extensive, predictable changes to a file automatically, such as a linker or a filter for graphics.1

Wiktionary Translations for edit:

edit
verb
  1. to change a text, or a document
noun
  1. a change to the text of a document
edit
verb
  1. mettre par écrit, en bon ordre, dans un style clair et convenable, des lois, des règlements, des décisions, des résolutions prises dans une assemblée, ou les matériaux d’un ouvrage, ou les idées fournir en commun pour quelque écrire
  2. publier un ouvrage ou le mettre en vente ; s’emploie généralement au sujet d’un livre.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
edit rédiger redigeren — op schrift onder woorden brengen
edit monter monteren — de juiste beelden achter elkaar zetten
edit montage montage — het monteren
edit éditer bewerken — een bestand of map wijzigen om voor een ander doel geschikt te maken
edit travailler; adapter bewerken — veranderen om iets voor een of ander doel geschikt te maken
edit rédiger redigieren — (transitiv): (einen Text) in Ordnung bringen; druckfertig machen; inhaltliche Fehler und Layoutfehler suchen und beheben

Edit:

Edit [the ~] noun

  1. the Edit
    – The name of a menu in a conversation window from which the user can cut, copy, paste, or delete text; undo recent actions, select all text, and change font and text size settings. 1

Translation Matrix for Edit:

Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Modification Edit

Related Definitions for "Edit":

  1. The name of a menu in a conversation window from which the user can cut, copy, paste, or delete text; undo recent actions, select all text, and change font and text size settings.1