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headline

US [ˈhedˌlaɪn]
UK ['hed.laɪn]
  • n.(报纸的)大字标题;(电台或电视的)新闻摘要
  • v.给(报道、文章)加标题;是(音乐会或演出的)主角
  • Web头条;新闻标题;大标题
Plural Form:headlines  Present Participle:headlining  Past Tense:headlined  
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n.
1.
[c]
(报纸的)大字标题the title of a newspaper article printed in large letters, especially at the top of the front page
They ran the story under the headline ‘Home at last!’.
报纸刊登这个报道的大标题为“终于回家了!”。
The scandal was in the headlines for several days.
这一丑闻连续几天都刊登在头版头条。
headline news
头条新闻
2.
[pl]
(电台或电视的)新闻摘要a short summary of the most important items of news, read at the beginning of a news programme on the radio or television
IDM
grab/hit/make the headlines
成为重要新闻to be an important item of news in newspapers or on the radio or television
v.
1.
[t][usupass]
~ sth + noun
给(报道、文章)加标题to give a story or article a particular headline
The story was headlined ‘Back to the future’.
报道的标题是“回到未来”。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
是(音乐会或演出的)主角to be the main performer in a concert or show
The concert is to be headlined by Steve Earle.
音乐会的主角将是史蒂夫 ) 厄尔。

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