Definition of subeditorial in English:

subeditorial

adjective

British
  • See subedit

    • ‘Comments on subeditorial matters are welcome and should be written on the manuscript, preferably in pencil.’
    • ‘In related news, the Financial Times is inviting several of its subeditorial staff it had laid off back to work.’
    • ‘I wonder if the author actually wrote the passage in question; I have known her articles to be corrupted by subeditorial interpolation.’
    • ‘The subject introduces students to copy-tasting, subeditorial and print production aspects of daily newspaper journalism.’
    • ‘Unlike many exercises in subeditorial interpretation, the title exactly reflects the argument of the piece.’

Pronunciation

subeditorial

/sʌbɛdɪˈtɔːrɪəl/