Nehama (med_cat) wrote in 1word1day,
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Monday word: Redact

redact (ri-DAKT) - v., to revise, edit, or combine into a form suitable for publication; to hide or remove parts of a text before publication.


Two slightly divergent senses. Been around since the 1300s, from Latin redāctus, past participle of redigere, to lead back.

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