Definition of 'title'
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Very Common. title is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'title'
British English: title /ˈtaɪtl/ NOUN
The title of a book, play, film, or piece of music is its name.
Patience and Sarah was first published under the title A Place for Us.
- American English: title
- Arabic: عُنْوَان
- Brazilian Portuguese: título
- Chinese: 标题
- Croatian: naslov
- Czech: název
- Danish: titel
- Dutch: titel
- European Spanish: título
- Finnish: nimi elokuvan, kirjan tms.
- French: titre
- German: Titel
- Greek: τίτλος
- Italian: titolo
- Japanese: 題名
- Korean: 제목
- Norwegian: tittel
- Polish: tytuł
- European Portuguese: título
- Romanian: titlu
- Russian: название
- Spanish: título
- Swedish: titel
- Thai: ชื่อเรื่อง
- Turkish: başlık kitap, albüm vb
- Ukrainian: назва
- Vietnamese: tựa
British English: title VERB
When a writer, composer, or artist titles a work, they give it a title.
He titled his play 'Six Characters in Search of an Author'.
Definition of title from the Collins English Dictionary
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