Definition of edition noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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; ɪˈdɪʃn
1 the form in which a book is publisheda paperback/hardback editionShe collects first editions of Victorian novels.the electronic edition of ‘The Guardian’2 a particular newspaper or magazine, or radio or television programme, especially one in a regular seriesTonight's edition of ‘Panorama’ looks at unemployment.The story was in Tuesday's edition of ‘The New York Times’.3 (abbr. ed.) the total number of copies of a book, newspaper or magazine, etc. published at one timeThe dictionary is now in its eighth edition.The article appeared in the evening edition of ‘The Mercury’. see also limited edition compare impression (7)