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    founder editor

    He continues to write and translate and is founder editor (with Oliver Noble Wood) of PEGASO.
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    What does founder mean in the phrase founder editor?
    Last edited by sitifan; 30-Jul-2016 at 03:12.
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: founder editor

    In the phrase founder-editor (which should be hyphenated), founder means the person who created ("founded") the journal.
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    Re: founder editor

    The form without a hyphen is also used - Ngram.

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