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    edition or issue

    What's the difference between: 'the latest edition of the magazine' and 'the latest issue of the magazine'?

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    Talking Re: edition or issue

    Not a teacher

    'the latest edition of the magazine'

    It means one *1* , One signle magazine , It may be particular . You can say 'Deluxe Edition' .

    'the latest issue of the magazine'

    It means no of the magazine , It may be 154th issue


    Hope it'll be useful for you .

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