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en·ti·tle

 (ĕn-tīt′l)
tr.v. en·ti·tled, en·ti·tling, en·ti·tles
1. To give a name or title to.
2. To furnish with a right or claim to something: The coupon entitles you to a $5 discount. Everyone is entitled to the equal protection of the laws.

[Middle English entitlen, from Old French entiteler, from Medieval Latin intitulāre : Latin in-, provide with; see en-1 + Latin titulus, title.]

entitled

(ɪnˈtaɪtəld)
adj
1. having a title or name
2. having the right or permission to do something
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.entitled - qualified for by right according to law; "we are all entitled to equal protection under the law"
eligible - qualified for or allowed or worthy of being chosen; "eligible to run for office"; "eligible for retirement benefits"; "an eligible bachelor"
Translations

entitled

[ɪnˈtaɪtəld] adj
[book] → intitulé(e)
[person] to be entitled to sth → avoir droit à qch
to be entitled to do sth → avoir le droit de faire qch, être en droit de faire qch
see also entitle

entitled

[ɪnˈtaɪtld] adj (book) → che si intitola, dal titolo
References in classic literature ?
One piece which that lady played Edna had entitled "Solitude.
Tis the six-and-twentieth edition, promulgated at Boston, Anno Domini 1744; and is entitled, 'The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testaments; faithfully translated into English Metre, for the Use, Edification, and Comfort of the Saints, in Public and Private, especially in New England'.
Nor was she entitled to complain of any remarkable singularity in her fate; for, in the town of her nativity, we might point to several little shops of a similar description, some of them in houses as ancient as that of the Seven Gables; and one or two, it may be, where a decayed gentlewoman stands behind the counter, as grim an image of family pride as Miss Hepzibah Pyncheon herself.
A portion of his facts, by-the-by, did me good service in the preparation of the article entitled "MAIN STREET," included in the present volume.
He who wins a thousand common hearts is therefore entitled to some renown; but he who keeps undisputed sway over the heart of a coquette is indeed a hero.
And therefore, let not the knights of that honorable company (none of whom, I venture to say, have ever had to do with a whale like their great patron), let them never eye a Nantucketer with disdain, since even in our woollen frocks and tarred trowsers we are much better entitled to st.
That Jurgis was an old customer entitled him to a somewhat longer stop; but then he had been away two weeks, and was evidently "on the bum.
Clare, and I am legally entitled to manage them my own way.
I had no pedigree, no inherited title; so in the king's and nobles' eyes I was mere dirt; the people regarded me with wonder and awe, but there was no reverence mixed with it; through the force of inherited ideas they were not able to conceive of any- thing being entitled to that except pedigree and lord- ship.
It is entitled THE LEGENDS OF THE RHINE FROM BASLE TO ROTTERDAM, by F.
The first composition that was read was one entitled "Is this, then, Life?
Your esteemed contribution entitled Wareham Wildflowers has been accepted for The Pilot, Miss Perkins," said Rebecca, entering the room where Emma Jane was darning the firm's stockings.