Translation of unedited in Spanish:


sin editar, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈɛdədəd/ /ʌnˈɛdɪtɪd/


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    sin editar
    • And is ABC crossing the line in choosing to broadcast a graphic, unedited war movie in prime time?
    • A splendid new DVD edition of the ‘Future’ trilogy provides access to the unedited films.
    • It was a perverse choice considering most radio stations would be unable to broadcast the unedited album version.
    • Many editors, of course, are skittish about the idea of unedited items going live on employee blogs.
    • It was bad enough that Buffy went out at 6.45 pm, but at least BBC Two now gave it a late-night repeat that was supposedly unedited.
    • The following is a raw and real account of the court room proceedings, unedited for final publication.
    • So the blogs provide a chance to see thought evolve in complete, unedited sentences over days, weeks, months.
    • After witnessing the debate about the tape's authenticity he asked to see the unedited version.
    • They begin to give me a one-on-one live and unedited version of ‘Let's Get Married’.
    • When living in Algeria, I listened to his religious broadcasts in Arabic - uncensored and unedited to appease western liberals.
    • For the moment, the Pentagon is refusing to release the unedited videotaping of Lynch's rescue.
    • It was anarchic, with news and footage pouring in unedited.
    • First, it brings the uncut and unedited horror home to people around the world who might otherwise shrug their shoulders.
    • Weblogs are web pages which provide unedited, highly opinionated personal commentary.
    • Real time news is immediate and relatively unedited (which is why it's so often wrong).
    • His personal diary is where you would really get the unedited Grant.
    • It was before the watershed though - maybe the unedited version was on later.
    • I should also point out that it appears that the book is unedited as there are many typos throughout the text, though this may be the typist's fault, I don't know.
    • The interview with the maestro is long-winded and unedited, as he rambles on about everything from his directorial technique to his upbringing.
    • As with my other notes, they're unedited and taken in the heat of battle.