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What does "redacted" mean?

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The original form of the word "redacted," is "redact" which means to turn something into an appropriate literary form, revise or edit. It also means to draw up or frame, as in framing a statement or drawing up a proclamation.

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This word is a verb that is rooted from the Latin word "redactus." The word "redact" formed between the years 1350 and 1400 in the United Kingdom. Additional forms of this word include "redaction," which is a noun, "redactional," which is an adjective and "redactor," which is also a noun. One example of this word used in a sentence is "The essay needed to be redacted before it was submitted for review."

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