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Unedited vs Edited - What's the difference?

unedited | edited |

Unedited is an antonym of edited.


As adjectives the difference between unedited and edited

is that unedited is not having been altered from the original version: not edited while edited is having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited.

As a verb edited is

(edit).

Edit vs Edited - What's the difference?

edit | edited |


As verbs the difference between edit and edited

is that edit is to change a text, or a document while edited is (edit).

As a noun edit

is a change to the text of a document.

As an adjective edited is

having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited.

Original vs Edited - What's the difference?

original | edited |


As adjectives the difference between original and edited

is that original is (label) relating to the origin or beginning; preceding all others while edited is having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited.

As a noun original

is an object or other creation (eg narrative work) from which all later copies and variations are derived.

As a verb edited is

(edit).

Alter vs Edited - What's the difference?

alter | edited |


As verbs the difference between alter and edited

is that alter is to change the form or structure of while edited is (edit).

As an adjective edited is

having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited.

Edited vs Editable - What's the difference?

edited | editable |


As adjectives the difference between edited and editable

is that edited is having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited while editable is capable of being edited.

As a verb edited

is (edit).

Abridged vs Edited - What's the difference?

abridged | edited |


As adjectives the difference between abridged and edited

is that abridged is cut or shortened, especially of a literary work while edited is having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited.

As verbs the difference between abridged and edited

is that abridged is (abridge) while edited is (edit).

Edited vs Uncut - What's the difference?

edited | uncut |


As adjectives the difference between edited and uncut

is that edited is having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited while uncut is not cut.

As a verb edited

is (edit).

What is the difference between edited and live?

edited | live |


As adjectives the difference between edited and live

is that edited is having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited while live is (only used attributively) having life; that is alive.

As verbs the difference between edited and live

is that edited is (edit) while live is to be alive; to have life.

As a adverb live is

of an event, as it happens; in real time; direct.

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