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"masthead" in British English

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mastheadnoun [C]

uk   /ˈmɑːst.hed/ us   /ˈmæst.hed/
  • masthead noun [C] (ON NEWSPAPER)

the title of a newspaper or magazine that is printed at the top of the front page
US a list of the names of the most important people involved in producing and writing for a magazine or newspaper: Hirth, listed on the masthead as publisher, wrote several articles in each issue.
  • masthead noun [C] (ON SHIP)

the top part of a ship's mast
(Definition of masthead from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"masthead" in American English

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mastheadnoun [C]

us   /ˈmæstˌhed/
a list of the names of the most important people involved in producing and writing for a magazine or newspaper: Hirth, listed on the masthead as publisher, wrote several articles in each issue.
(Definition of masthead from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"masthead" in Business English

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mastheadnoun [C]

uk   /ˈmɑːsthed/ us   /ˈmæstˌhed/
COMMUNICATIONS the title and information that are printed at the top of a newspaper's or magazine's front page: The masthead of issue 1 gives the cover price as $1.50.
INTERNET the name of a person, company, or organization that is displayed on the page of a website: We have redesigned our masthead for our website.
MARKETING the name and information that is printed at the top of a company's or organization's official letters, etc.: Although officially he is no longer working as a lawyer, the law firm still uses stationery with his name on the masthead.
(Definition of masthead from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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