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subtitle

a secondary and usually explanatory title, as in a literary work
Not to be confused with:
subtopic – one of the divisions into which a main topic may be divided
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sub·ti·tle

 (sŭb′tīt′l)
n.
1. A secondary, usually explanatory title, as of a literary work.
2. A printed translation of foreign-language dialogue shown at the bottom of the screen, as in a film or a television broadcast.
tr.v. sub·ti·tled, sub·ti·tling, sub·ti·tles
1. To give a subtitle to.
2. To provide with subtitles: a film that was subtitled for English-speaking audiences.
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subtitle

(ˈsʌbˌtaɪtəl)
n
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) an additional subordinate title given to a literary or other work
2. (Film) (often plural) films
a. a written translation superimposed on a film that has foreign dialogue
b. explanatory text on a silent film
vb
(tr; usually passive) to provide a subtitle for
subtitular adj
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sub•ti•tle

(ˈsʌbˌtaɪt l)

n., v. -tled, -tling. n.
1. a secondary or subordinate title of a literary work, usu. of explanatory character.
2. a repetition of the leading words in the full title of a book at the head of the first page of text.
3.
a. (in motion pictures and television) the text of dialogue, speeches, etc., translated into another language and projected onto the bottom of the screen.
b. (in silent motion pictures) a caption.
v.t.
4. to give a subtitle or subtitles to.
[1875–80]
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subtitle


Past participle: subtitled
Gerund: subtitling

Imperative
subtitle
subtitle
Present
I subtitle
you subtitle
he/she/it subtitles
we subtitle
you subtitle
they subtitle
Preterite
I subtitled
you subtitled
he/she/it subtitled
we subtitled
you subtitled
they subtitled
Present Continuous
I am subtitling
you are subtitling
he/she/it is subtitling
we are subtitling
you are subtitling
they are subtitling
Present Perfect
I have subtitled
you have subtitled
he/she/it has subtitled
we have subtitled
you have subtitled
they have subtitled
Past Continuous
I was subtitling
you were subtitling
he/she/it was subtitling
we were subtitling
you were subtitling
they were subtitling
Past Perfect
I had subtitled
you had subtitled
he/she/it had subtitled
we had subtitled
you had subtitled
they had subtitled
Future
I will subtitle
you will subtitle
he/she/it will subtitle
we will subtitle
you will subtitle
they will subtitle
Future Perfect
I will have subtitled
you will have subtitled
he/she/it will have subtitled
we will have subtitled
you will have subtitled
they will have subtitled
Future Continuous
I will be subtitling
you will be subtitling
he/she/it will be subtitling
we will be subtitling
you will be subtitling
they will be subtitling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been subtitling
you have been subtitling
he/she/it has been subtitling
we have been subtitling
you have been subtitling
they have been subtitling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been subtitling
you will have been subtitling
he/she/it will have been subtitling
we will have been subtitling
you will have been subtitling
they will have been subtitling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been subtitling
you had been subtitling
he/she/it had been subtitling
we had been subtitling
you had been subtitling
they had been subtitling
Conditional
I would subtitle
you would subtitle
he/she/it would subtitle
we would subtitle
you would subtitle
they would subtitle
Past Conditional
I would have subtitled
you would have subtitled
he/she/it would have subtitled
we would have subtitled
you would have subtitled
they would have subtitled
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.subtitle - translation of foreign dialogue of a movie or TV program; usually displayed at the bottom of the screen
interlingual rendition, translation, version, rendering - a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language
motion picture, motion-picture show, movie, moving picture, moving-picture show, pic, film, picture show, flick, picture - a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"
2.subtitle - secondary or explanatory title
title - a general or descriptive heading for a section of a written work; "the novel had chapter titles"
Verb1.subtitle - supply (a movie) with subtitles
performing arts - arts or skills that require public performance
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
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Translations
تَرْجَمَة الفِلْم على الشّاشَهعُنْوان فَرْعي
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paantraštėsubtitras
apakšvirsrakstssubtitrs
podtitul
textremsaundertitel
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subtitle

[ˈsʌbˌtaɪtl]
A. N [of book, play etc] → subtítulo m
subtitles (Cine, TV) → subtítulos mpl
B. VT
1. (Cine, TV) → subtitular
2. [+ book, play] → subtitular
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subtitle

[ˈsʌbtaɪtəl]
n subtitles
npl (CINEMA)sous-titres mpl
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subtitle

nUntertitel m (also Film)
vt filmmit Untertiteln versehen; book etceinen Untertitel geben (+dat); the film is subtitled in Englishder Film hat englische Untertitel; the book is subtitled …das Buch hat den Untertitel
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subtitle

[ˈsʌbˌtaɪtl] n (Cine) → sottotitolo
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subtitle

(ˈsabtaitl) noun
1. a second or explanatory title to a book.
2. on a cinema film etc, a translation of foreign speech appearing at the bottom of the screen. I found it difficult to read the subtitles.
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References in classic literature ?
The title suggests all kinds of mysteries; a glance at the chapter-headings quickly confirms the suspicions already aroused, and the sub-title: "A Book for All and None", generally succeeds in dissipating the last doubts the prospective purchaser may entertain concerning his fitness for the book or its fitness for him.
In the old days, when the article arrived, she did not read it at once, she first counted the lines to discover what we should get for it - she and the daughter who was so dear to her had calculated the payment per line, and I remember once overhearing a discussion between them about whether that sub-title meant another sixpence.
I have, with the consent of his family, changed the long and cumbersome sub-title of the book, calling it a 'Real-Romance of the South Seas,' as best expressing its nature.
(contained in one page), with the estimates bracketed, the captions in a running hand, and the sub-titles in a round one.
She also won sub-title awards 'Miss Getaway Goddess'.
The sub-title of the aforementioned report wrongly quoted the minister, saying: 'He doesn't know where required Rs4tr will come from'.
Earth Verse seeks to 'explore our planet through poetry and art' as the sub-title tells us; in addition there are nine pages at the end of the book devoted to scientific explanations of minerals, rocks, fossils, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciers etc., using technical language when necessary.
Fronted by the infectious pop title track, Killing Me, and sub-title single, Freedom, the seven-member's mini-album dropped on August 2 and topped the iTunes Top Album charts in 24 countries, of which includes Armenia, India, the Philippines, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and UAE, a day after its release.
I could have given this speech the sub-title '9 Days and Counting'.
QATAR-BASED expatriate Preeti Trivedi has won the sub-title of 'Community Queen' by Colors TV UK presents Mrs India UK 2018, organised by Brandwok.
Now, the patient-doctor discussion checklist includes the sub-title "Acceptance of Risk and Informed Decision Acknowledgement" to emphasize the importance of this tool.
You will see the themes reflected in the sub-title in each of the issues.