n. 标题; 头衔; [体]冠军; [影视]字幕; 职位
vt. 加标题; 赋予头衔; 把…称为
The title of a book, play, film, or piece of music is its name.
'Patience and Sarah' was first published in 1969 under the title 'A Place for Us'.
When a writer, composer, or artist titles a work, they give it a title.
Pirandello titled his play 'Six Characters in Search of an Author'...
The single is titled 'White Love'...
Publishers and booksellers often refer to books or magazines as titles .
It has become the biggest publisher of new poetry in Britain, with 50 new titles a year.
它成为英国最大的新诗出版商，每年推出新书 50 种。
A person's title is a word such as 'Sir', 'Lord', or 'Lady' that is used in front of their name, or a phrase that is used instead of their name, and indicates that they have a high rank in society.
Her husband was also honoured with his title 'Sir Denis'...
Princess Alexandra was to inherit the title of Duchess of Fife…
Someone's title is a word such as 'Mr', 'Mrs', or 'Doctor', that is used before their own name in order to show their status or profession.
She has been awarded the title Professor.
Someone's title is a name that describes their job or status in an organization.
He was given the title of deputy prime minister…
'Could you tell me your official job title?' — 'It's Data Processing Manager.'
If a person or team wins a particular title, they win a sports competition that is held regularly. Usually a person keeps a title until someone else defeats them.
He became Jamaica's first Olympic gold medallist when he won the 400m title in 1948...
他 1948 年赢得 400 米冠军，成为牙买加第一位奥运会金牌得主。
Gary Kasparov has retained his title as world chess champion.
Title is the legal ownership of something, especially land or property.
He never had title to the property.
1. a heading that names a statute or legislative bill; may give a brief summary of the matters it deals with;
2. the name of a work of art or literary composition etc.;
3. a general or descriptive heading for a section of a written work;
4. the status of being a champion;
5. a legal document signed and sealed and delivered to effect a transfer of property and to show the legal right to possess it;
6. an identifying appellation signifying status or function: e.g. Mr. or General;
7. an established or recognized right;
8. (usually plural) written material introduced into a movie or TV show to give credits or represent dialogue or explain an action;
9. an appellation signifying nobility;
10. an informal right to something;
1. give a title to
2. designate by an identifying term;
With no direct descendent, who will succeed to the title?
没有直系后裔, 谁来继承爵位 呢 ?
He is worthy of the title of labour hero.
He played the title role in'Hamlet '.
Three players are in contention to win the title.
She has won the title of the world's champion.