Editions [noun]

Definition of Editions:

issue of publication

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Opposite/Antonyms of Editions:


Sentence/Example of Editions:

Of the 4,500 recipes in the updated “Joy,” only 50 were unchanged from the earlier edition.

Michelle Obama is releasing a new edition of her best-selling 2018 memoir Becoming, geared toward young readers.

The arrival will also be joined by a self-charging “Enterprise” edition of the robot and the already announced Spot Arm.

To start out, FOS Essentials will use the FOS daily newsletter amplification to get in front of prospective students and Pepsi will be sponsoring some editions of that as well.

Great British Bake Off will launch a celebrity edition with James McAvoy and others, and I am HERE for it.

The newest celebrity edition of the show will star James McAvoy, Kelly Holmes, Daisy Ridley, and Dizzee Rascal

In future editions of this newsletter, we will dig further into these and other subjects as they continue to develop and inevitably change.

Here’s another edition of “Dear Sophie,” the advice column that answers immigration-related questions about working at technology companies.

The book, featuring Grover from “Sesame Street,” was published by Little Golden Books in 1971, and 50 years later nearly 13 million copies of various editions have been sold.

There are three new versions, including a Core i5, a Core i7, and a Core i7 special edition at the top of the lineup.