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Translation of "title" - English-Spanish dictionary

title

noun   /ˈtaɪ·tl/
B1 the name of a book, movie, etc. título
a word such as ‘Lord’, ‘Dr’, etc. that is used before someone’s name título
(Definition of title from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

title

noun /ˈtaitl/
the name of a book, play, painting, piece of music etc título The title of the painting is ’A Winter Evening’.
a word such as ’Sir’, ’Lord’, ’Captain’, ’Professor’, ’Dr’ etc put before a person’s name to show rank, honour/honor, occupation etc título
titled adjective
having a title that shows noble rank título a titled lady.
title deed noun
a document that proves legal ownership escritura de propiedad I have the title deeds of the house.
title page noun
the page at the beginning of a book on which are the title, the author’s name etc. portada
title role noun
the role or part in a play of the character named in the title papel principal He’s playing the title role in ’Hamlet’.
(Definition of title from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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