Meaning of VERSION in English

VERSION

noun

1 sth based on sth else

ADJECTIVE

▪ current , latest , modern , new , recent , updated , up-to-date

▪ beta ( computing ), early , initial , original , preliminary , prototype

an earlier ~ of this computer software

▪ demo , trial

▪ future , later , subsequent

▪ definitive , final

the final ~ of the architectural plans

▪ future

A future ~ of the camera is currently being developed.

▪ basic , standard

▪ generic

the less expensive generic ~ of the drug

▪ primitive , simplified

▪ amended , enhanced , improved , modified , refined , revamped

▪ advanced , complex , elaborate , sophisticated

a more advanced ~ of the initial concept

▪ customized

▪ de luxe , expensive , luxury

▪ cheap

▪ miniature

▪ enlarged , larger

▪ abbreviated ( esp. AmE ), shortened

▪ compact , cut-down ( esp. BrE ), portable , scaled-down , shorter , stripped-down

▪ full-blown , full-length , full-size

VERB + VERSION

▪ develop

▪ bring out , come out with , come up with , create , introduce , launch , offer , present , produce , release , roll out , unveil

The company will roll out an enhanced ~ of its operating system in the new year.

▪ download , install

You can download a free trial ~ from the website.

VERSION + VERB

▪ be out , come out

The new ~ comes out next year.

▪ be due out

The final ~ is due out in June.

▪ be based on sth

2 play, film/movie, book, piece of writing, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ draft , rough

Keep a copy of the rough ~ of your essay.

▪ abridged , condensed , edited , short , simplified

▪ complete , full , unabridged

Only one newspaper printed the full ~ of the speech.

▪ expanded , extended

▪ revised

▪ official

This is the official ~ of the painter's biography.

▪ unauthorized , unofficial

▪ hardback , paperback

▪ print , printed , published

▪ audio

▪ CD-ROM , DVD , electronic , interactive , online

▪ big-screen , film , movie ( esp. AmE ), musical , screen , stage , television

The screen ~ does not live up to the original novel.

▪ cover (= of a song)

The band does a lively cover ~ of ‘Johnny B. Goode’.

VERB + VERSION

▪ choreograph , stage

▪ do

PREPOSITION

▪ in a/the ~

They read the novel in its abridged ~.

3 way sth is seen/done by sb

ADJECTIVE

▪ accurate , faithful

▪ popular

▪ extreme , radical

▪ watered-down , weak

Theirs is a watered-down ~ of socialism.

VERB + VERSION

▪ sb's ~ of events , sb's ~ of the story

She agreed to give her ~ of events to journalists.

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .