version

Part of speech: noun

A translation; description; statement.

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Usage examples "version":

  1. They will also hear, and, I think, listen to my version of the story,- that I offered you fairly, and at the first opportunity, all the information I had, and that you refused to accept it. - "The Rome Express", Arthur Griffiths.
  2. She could not come forward and tell the real story, for that would do him harm, since it would differ from his version. - "The Port of Adventure", Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson.
  3. During the long journey, for neither Seth nor Teddy could afford to pay ten cents for car- fare, the latter told as nearly as he could remember Sam Barney's version of his visit to " Philadelphy." - "An Amateur Fireman", James Otis.