Version

Version,

Definition of Version:

  1. A particular form of something differing in certain respects from an earlier form or other forms of the same type of thing.

  2. An account of a matter from a particular persons point of view.

  3. Create a new version of.

  4. One of several releases of the same item (such as a vehicle for civil or military uses), intellectual work (such as a software), or title document (such as bond or share certificate) containing major changes.

  5. The manual turning of a fetus in the uterus to make delivery easier.

Synonyms of Version

Account, Adaptation, Affiliation, Arrangement, Article, Autograph, Body, Brainchild, Branch, Burlesque, Chronicle, Church, Clarification, Communion, Community, Composite reading, Composition, Computer printout, Conception, Condensation, Conflation, Construct, Construction, Copy, Critical edition, Denomination, Diplomatic text, Division, Document, Draft, Dummy, Duplication, Edited text, Edited version, Edition, Engrossment, Essay, Facsimile, Faction, Fair copy, Fellowship, Fiction, Final draft, Finished version, First draft, Flimsy, Form, Group, History, Holograph, Hymnal, Hymnbook, Idea, Imitation, Instrumental score, Interpretation, Kind, Knockoff, Lection, Letter, Libretto, Literae scriptae, Literary artefact, Literary production, Literature, Lucubration, Lute tablature, Manifestation, Manuscript, Matter, Mock-up, Model, Music, Music paper, Music roll, Musical notation, Musical score, Narrative, Nonfiction, Normalized text, Notation, Offshoot, Opera, Opera score, Opus, Orchestral score, Order, Organization, Original, Paper, Paraphrase, Parchment, Parody, Part, Party, Penscript, Persuasion, Piano score, Piece, Piece of writing, Play, Poem, Portrayal, Printed matter, Printout, Production, Reading, Reading matter, Recension, Religious order, Rendering, Rendition, Replica, Report, Representation, Reproduction, Restatement, Rewording, Schism, Scholarly edition, School, Score, Screed, Scrip, Script, Scrive, Scroll, Second draft, Sect, Sectarism, Segment, Sheet music, Short score, Side, Simplification, Society, Songbook, Songster, Story, Style, Tablature, Tale, Text, The written word, Transcript, Transcription, Translation, Travesty, Type, Typescript, Understanding, Variant, Variation, Variety, View, Vocal score, Work, Writing, Written music, Report, Statement, Description, Record, Account, Story, Tale, History, Chronicle, Narrative, Narration, Rendition, Rendering, Interpretation, Explanation, Construction, Construal, Analysis, Understanding, Reading, Impression, Side, View, Sort, Kind, Type, Variety, Genre, Class, Category, Style, Form, Brand, Make, Model, Design

How to use Version in a sentence?

  1. Its the software for you if you need versioning and group editing.
  2. A revised version of the paper was produced for a later meeting.
  3. He told her his version of events.

Meaning of Version & Version Definition