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3300       * The {@see 'edit_$taxonomy'} hook is also available for targeting a specific
3301       * taxonomy.
3302       *
3303       * @since 2.3.0
3304       *
3305       * @param int    $term_id  Term ID.
3306       * @param int    $tt_id    Term taxonomy ID.
3307       * @param string $taxonomy Taxonomy slug.
3308       */
3309      do_action( 'edit_term', $term_id, $tt_id, $taxonomy );
3311      /**
3312       * Fires after a term in a specific taxonomy has been updated, but before the term
3313       * cache has been cleaned.
3314       *
3315       * The dynamic portion of the hook name, `$taxonomy`, refers to the taxonomy slug.
3316       *
3317       * Possible hook names include:
3318       *