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titled

adjective uk   /ˈtaɪ.tl̩d/  us   /-t̬l̩d/

titled adjective (PERSON)

A person who is titled has a special word, such as Sir or Lady , before their own name, showing that they have a high social rank: one of his titled friends

titled adjective (BOOK/FILM/PAINTING)

[after verb] with the title of: Reed wrote a novel about Sade titled "When the Whip Comes Down".
Translations of “titled”
in Chinese (Traditional) 人, (人)有爵位的,有頭銜的…
in Russian титулованный…
in Turkish soyluluk ünvanı olan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人, (人)有爵位的,有头衔的…
in Polish utytułowany…
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