censor

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Pronounciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
censor

Plural
censors

  1. (Ancient Rome) A censor is one of the two magistrates first did a census of citizens.
  2. A censor is an official person who hides offensive information from the public.
  3. A censor is a college or university official whose job may be different things.

Verb[change]

Plain form
censor

Third-person singular
censors

Past tense
censored

Past participle
censored

Present participle
censoring

  1. If you censor something, you review or remove information from others, especially offensive or private information. Often refers to types of media, such as books, movies, and television.