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US [ˈtaɪt(ə)l]
UK ['taɪt(ə)l]
  • n.标题;头衔;职称;所有权凭证
  • v.(给书、乐曲等)加标题
  • Web题目;书名;网页标题
Plural Form:titles  
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n.
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(书、诗歌、图画、乐曲等的)名称,标题,题目the name of a book, poem, painting, piece of music, etc.
His poems were published under the title of ‘Love and Reason’.
他的诗是以《爱情与理智》为题发表的。
the title track from their latest CD(= the song with the same title as the disc)
他们最新 CD 的同名主打歌
She has sung the title role in ‘Carmen’(= the role of Carmen in that opera ) .
她在《卡门》中演唱卡门的角色。
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[c]
(书刊的)一种,一本a particular book or magazine
The company publishes twenty new titles a year.
这家公司一年出版二十种新书。
3.
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(人名前表示地位、职业、婚否等的)称号,头衔,职称,称谓a word in front of a person's name to show their rank or profession, whether or not they are married, etc.
The present duke inherited the title from his father.
现在的公爵承袭的是他父亲的爵位。
Give your name and title(= Mr, Miss, Ms, Dr, etc.) .
报出你的姓名和称谓。
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职位名称;职称a name that describes a job
The official title of the job is ‘Administrative Assistant’.
这个职位的正式名称为“行政助理”。
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(竞赛、体育比赛的)冠军the position of being the winner of a competition, especially a sports competition
the world heavyweight title
重量级世界拳击冠军
She has three world titles.
她已获得三项世界冠军。
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~ (to sth/to do sth)
(尤指土地或财产的)所有权,所有权凭证,房地契the legal right to own sth, especially land or property; the document that shows you have this right
v.
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~ sth + noun
(给书、乐曲等)加标题,定题目to give a book, piece of music, etc. a particular name
Their first album was titled ‘Made in Valmez’.
他们的第一张专辑定名为 Made in Valmez。

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