Bedeutung von “version” — Learner’s Dictionary

version

noun [ C ] us uk /ˈvɜːʃən/
Extra Examples
Morgan played the father in the film version.The latest version of the software is much more reliable than the original.Do you still have the original version of this document?A number of different version of the script exist.The film is a modern-day version of Shakespeare.
FORM

B2 one form of something that is slightly different to other forms of the same thing:

I saw the original version of the film.
DESCRIPTION

someone's description of what has happened:

Bates gave his version of events to the police.

(Definition von “version” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)