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title holdernoun [C]

(also title-holder) uk   us  
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 ​titleholder.
the ​winner in a sports ​competition: The French ​team are the ​titleholders in the tournament.
(Definition of title holder from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “title holder”
in Chinese (Simplified) 冠军…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冠軍…
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