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Meaning of “censor” - Learner’s Dictionary

censor

verb [T]     /ˈsensər/
to examine books, documents, or films and remove parts of them that are offensive or not allowed by rules: [often passive] The book was heavily censored before publication.Forbidding and banning things
censor noun [C]
The film was banned by censors.
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