Translation of edition in Spanish:


edición, n.

Pronunciation /əˈdɪʃ(ə)n//ɪˈdɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    edición feminine
    a hardback/paperback edition una edición de pasta dura/blanda
    • The Irish Texts Society, founded in 1900, began to publish editions of classic Irish texts with full scholarly apparatus.
    • This series of dictionaries was successful in Britain, and the Century Company, an American publisher of the periodical The Country Magazine, published an edition for sale in the US.
    • When he publishes a new print edition, it is sold out before it is even printed.
    • Feature stories will not be published in the online edition.
    • On September 11, 2007, a Collector's Edition of the film was released with additional extra features involving the cast.
    • A paperback edition of the novel would not now be published.
    • It was not in any sense a substitute for the Meditations, and the preface to the French edition directed people to the earlier book for a full statement of Descartes's first philosophy.
    • This essay is adapted from the afterword of the paperback edition of Of Paradise and Power.
    • The paperback edition does not include the grammar handbook.
    • We can hope the publisher will soon remedy this with a paperback edition.
    • This article offers a critical edition, with textual apparatus and commentary, using evidence from nine eighteenth-century manuscripts and from six appearances of the poem in print.
    • The only complaint is that the publisher might have updated the preface for the paperback edition.
    • These texts are in Arabic and need to be published with critical editions, precise translations and solid commentaries.
    • This 2003 paperback edition is published on the eve of the 30th anniversary of this war and should be rediscovered by a variety of military readers.
    • That she as well as Pound edited The Waste Land became apparent when the facsimile edition was published in 1971.
    • However, a paperback edition was published in 2001, and hopefully its appearance means that the book has enjoyed something of the success it certainly deserves.
    • A 2-disc special edition DVD, as well as a fullscreen and a widescreen edition of the film was released on 12 November 2007 in the U.K.
    • If the publisher would bring out a paperback edition of Barricades, it would be a serious option.
    • This edition was published in paperback this year.
    • The study is published in the online edition of the journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
  • 2

    edición feminine
    a revised edition una edición corregida
    • The edition size is 911 with 89 publisher's proofs, bringing the total edition to 1,000.
    • The pre-1631 editions probably produced a total of 40-60,000 copies.
    • Otherwise, each would have to have been numbered from a total edition of 410.
    • The book, published in an edition of 6,000 copies on 19 December, sold out in a few days.
    • Purloined, which was published in an edition of 750 numbered copies, isn't an easy book to read.
  • 3

    (of newspaper)
    edición feminine
    the morning edition la edición de la mañana
  • 4

    (of print, etching)
    edición feminine