Redact/Redacted – Learn A Word A Day #01

I am not a native English language speaker and trying to improve my skill with this language day by day. Today I came to know about the word – Redact/Redacted.

As an attempt to make myself more skilled in English; I have decided to learn a new word whenever I find one anywhere. The more words I know the more I will be able to express myself, right?

Redact/Redacted

I came to know about the word today while watching an episode of Limitless.

Redact

it’s a transitive verb. Past tense: redacted. Past participle: redacted

Meaning
  • edit (text) for publication.
  • to select or adapt (as by obscuring or removing sensitive information) for publication or release.
  • to obscure or remove (text) from a document prior to publication or release.
Example

The government released the redacted document, so most of it was blacked out as secret.

The military will redact the document before releasing it, blacking out sections that are classified.

Author: Muhammad Sumon Molla Selim

Homo sapiens by Born. Coder by Heart. Entrepreneur by Passion. Founder of Kodeeo & Lets Learn Coding. Software Engineer at GG, Bashundhara Group.

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