to correct written documents.
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  • red-pencil — [red′pen′səl] vt. red penciled or red pencilled, red penciling or red pencilling to edit or revise with or as if with a pencil having red lead …   English World dictionary

  • red-pencil — ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ transitive verb : to censor, correct, or revise with or as if with a red pencil much of the truth about the … peace talks has been red penciled R.C.Miller red penciling the program down to this figure Newsweek compare blue pencil * …   Useful english dictionary

  • red-pencil — /rɛd ˈpɛnsəl / (say red pensuhl) verb (t) (red pencilled or, US, red penciled, red pencilling or, US, red penciling) to correct or edit (manuscript or typescript) with or as with a red pencil …   Australian English dictionary

  • red-pencil — /red pen seuhl/, v.t., red penciled, red penciling or (esp. Brit.) red pencilled, red pencilling. to delete, censor, correct, or abridge (written material) with or as if with a pencil having a red lead: His book was heavily red penciled before it …   Universalium

  • red-pencil — red′ pen′cil v. t. ciled, cil•ing (esp. brit.) cilled, cil•ling. to edit (written material) with or as if with a pencil having a red lead • Etymology: 1955–60 …   From formal English to slang

  • red pencil — /rɛd ˈpɛnsəl/ (say red pensuhl) noun a pencil with red lead …   Australian English dictionary

  • red-pencil — transitive verb Date: 1946 1. censor 2. correct, revise …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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