title role

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title role

n
1. (Film) the role of the character after whom a play, etc, is named
2. (Theatre) the role of the character after whom a play, etc, is named
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Noun1.title role - the role of the character after whom the play is named
persona, theatrical role, role, character, part - an actor's portrayal of someone in a play; "she played the part of Desdemona"
Translations
titulní role
titelrolle
címszerep
başrolpiyese adını veren karakter

title role

n (Theatre, Cine) → ruolo or parte f principale

title

(ˈtaitl) noun
1. the name of a book, play, painting, piece of music etc. The title of the painting is `A Winter Evening'.
2. a word put before a person's name to show rank, honour, occupation etc. Sir John; Lord Henry; Captain Smith; Professor Brown; Dr (Doctor) Peter Jones.
ˈtitled adjective
having a title that shows noble rank. a titled lady.
title deed
a document that proves legal ownership. I have the title deeds of the house.
title page
the page at the beginning of a book on which are the title, the author's name etc.
title rôle
the rôle or part in a play of the character named in the title. He's playing the title rôle in `Hamlet'.

title

(ˈtaitl) noun
1. the name of a book, play, painting, piece of music etc. The title of the painting is `A Winter Evening'.
2. a word put before a person's name to show rank, honour, occupation etc. Sir John; Lord Henry; Captain Smith; Professor Brown; Dr (Doctor) Peter Jones.
ˈtitled adjective
having a title that shows noble rank. a titled lady.
title deed
a document that proves legal ownership. I have the title deeds of the house.
title page
the page at the beginning of a book on which are the title, the author's name etc.
title rôle
the rôle or part in a play of the character named in the title. He's playing the title rôle in `Hamlet'.
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A disparate bunch of human heroes and villains find they share a common foe in the title characters.
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