From MF. term||#French|version, from ML. versio#Latin|versiÅ� (a turning), from L. vertere (to turn). Used in English since 16th century.
- A specific form or variation of something.
- A translation from one language to another.
#:It's in the King James Version only.
- An account or description from a particular point of view, especially as contrasted with another account
#:He gave another version of the affair.
- computing: A number indicating which revision something is. (Software, firmware, CPUs, etc.)
- medicine: A condition of the uterus in which its axis is deflected from its normal position without being bent upon itself. See anteversion, and retroversion.
Czech: verze f
versioning (protologism for OpenVMS? file version numbers)
L. noun of action term|versionis, accusative of term|versio||turning.
- A specific state, variant, or form of something.
- A translation exercise.
- A translation.
- A specific manner of reporting a fact or event.
- medicine|lang=fr An obstetric maneuver to change the fetus' position inside the uterus so as to facilitate childbirth.