Definition of edition noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

        

    edition

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    NAmE//ɪˈdɪʃn//
     
     
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  1. 1 the form in which a book is published a paperback/hardcover edition She collects first editions of famous children's books. the electronic edition of “Newsweek”
  2. 2 a particular newspaper or magazine, or radio or television program, especially one in a regular series Tonight's edition of “Nightline“ looks at unemployment. The story was in Tuesday's edition of “The New York Times.”
  3. 3 (abbreviation ed.) the total number of copies of a book, newspaper, or magazine, etc. published at one time The dictionary is now in its sixth edition. The article appeared in the evening edition of the “Tribune.” see also limited edition compare impression
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