Video: pronunciation of 'headline'
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较常使用。在柯林斯辞典中， headline 是1万个最常用词之一。
英式英语: headline /ˈhɛdˌlaɪn/ NOUN
A headline is the title of a newspaper story, printed in large letters at the top of it.
The headline says `New government plans'.
- 美式英语: headline
- 阿拉伯语: عُنْوَانٌ رَئِيسِيّ
- 巴西葡萄牙语: manchete
- 简体中文: 大字标题
- 克罗地亚语: naslov
- 捷克语: titulek novin
- 丹麦语: overskrift
- 荷兰语: krantenkop
- 欧洲西班牙语: titular
- 芬兰语: otsikko
- 法语: titre
- 德语: Schlagzeile
- 希腊语: τίτλος εφημερίδας
- 意大利语: titolo
- 日语: 見出し
- 韩语: 큰 표제
- 挪威语: overskrift
- 波兰语: nagłówek
- 欧洲葡萄牙语: cabeçalho
- 罗马尼亚语: titlu
- 俄语: заголовок
- 西班牙语: titular
- 瑞典语: rubrik
- 泰语: หัวข่าว
- 土耳其语: başlık haber
- 乌克兰语: заголовок
- 越南语: tiêu đề
英式英语: headline VERB
If a newspaper or magazine article is headlined a particular thing, that is the headline that introduces it.
The article was headlined 'Tell us the truth'.
headline 的定义—— 柯林斯 英语词典
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