n.d.c. (nota del curatore)

English translation: Editor's note (Ed.)

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Italian term or phrase:n.d.c. (nota del curatore)
English translation:Editor's note (Ed.)
Entered by: Kika

05:22 Jan 24, 2001
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
Italian term or phrase: n.d.c. (nota del curatore)
This was found at the end of a paragraph. What is the English in-text citation equivalent? Editor's note? Is there a standard abbreviation for this?
mdoll
Editor's note
Explanation:
I happened to find an abbreviation for Editor (Ed.) and Editors (Eds.): maybe you could use the former...

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naSuggerimento:
Gary Presto
naEditor's note
Stefano Pastorello
naEditor's note
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18 mins
Editor's note


Explanation:
I happened to find an abbreviation for Editor (Ed.) and Editors (Eds.): maybe you could use the former...

Kika

Kika
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6 hrs
Editor's note


Explanation:
Editor's note might be abbreviated to < -ed > and put in parentheses.
However, it depends on context; I am assuming that the abbreviation n.d.c. was found in published material, e.g. an essay or article or something similar.
Steve Pastorello

Stefano Pastorello
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10 hrs
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Explanation:
In un tale contesto in testi inglesi, ho visto di solita questa frase italiana tradotta in "Author's Note." ... Gary :-)


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Gary Presto
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