editorial

英 [edɪ'tɔːrɪəl] 美 [,ɛdɪ'tɔrɪəl]
  • adj. 编辑的;社论的
  • n. 社论
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editorial (adj.)
1741, "pertaining to an editor;" see editor + -al (2). Noun meaning "newspaper article by an editor," is from 1830, American English, from the adjective in reference to such writings (1802). Related: Editorially.
1. A Wall Street Journal editorial encapsulated the views of many conservatives.
《华尔街日报》的一篇社论概述了很多保守派人士的观点。

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2. He has said he will fire editorial employees without regard to seniority.
他说过不管资历如何,任何编辑人员他都有可能解雇。

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3. In an editorial, The Independent suggests the victory could turn nasty.
《独立报》在一篇社论中暗示这场胜利可能会变味。

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4. The chief editorial writer also blames weak leadership for the current crisis.
首席社论员也把当前的危机归咎于领导层软弱无力。

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5. I was promoted to editor and then editorial director.
我先是被提升为编辑,然后又晋升为编务总监。

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