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editorialnoun [C]

uk   /ˌed.ɪˈtɔː.ri.əl/ us   /ˌed.əˈtɔːr.i.əl/ UK also leader, leading article
an article in a newspaper that expresses the editor's opinion on a subject of particular interest at the present time: All the papers deal with the same subject in their editorials.

editorialadjective

uk   /ˌed.ɪˈtɔː.ri.əl/ us   /ˌed.əˈtɔːr.i.əl/
relating to editors or editing, or to the editor of a newspaper or magazine: editorial staff Editorial decisions are generally made by senior editors. It's plain reporting of the facts - there's not much editorial content (= opinion).
(Definition of editorial from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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editorialnoun [C]

us   /ˌed·əˈtɔr·i·əl, -ˈtoʊr-/
a statement in a newspaper or magazine, or on radio or television, that expresses the opinion of the editors or owners on a subject of particular interest: an editorial on the new tax proposal

editorialadjective

us   /ˌed·əˈtɔr·i·əl, -ˈtoʊr-/
relating to editors or editing: an editorial staff He insisted that it was an editorial decision to cut the story.
(Definition of editorial from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “editorial”
in Arabic افتِتاحِيّة…
in Korean 사설…
in Portuguese editorial…
in Catalan editorial…
in Japanese 社説…
in Chinese (Simplified) 社论,社评…
in Turkish yazı işleri ile ilgili, gazeteye ilişkin editör yorumu, başyazı…
in Russian редакторский…
in Chinese (Traditional) 社論,社評…
in Italian editoriale…
in Polish redaktorski, redakcyjny…
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