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title holder

noun [C] (also title-holder)
 
 
LAW, PROPERTY the person who has the right to own a property and has a document to prove this: Proceeds from the sale of the land go directly to the title holder.
the winner in a sports competition: The French team are the title holders in the tournament.
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