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ti·tled

 (tīt′ld)
adj.
Having a title, especially a noble title.

titled

(ˈtaɪtəld)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) having a title: the titled classes.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.titled - belonging to the peerage; "the princess and her coroneted companions"; "the titled classes"
noble - of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times; "of noble birth"

titled

adjective upper-class, noble, patrician, blue-blooded, well-born, highborn Her mother was a titled lady.
Translations
ذو لَقَب شَرَف
urozený
nemes
aîals-, titlaîur
asalet ünvanına sahip

titled

[ˈtaɪtld] ADJ [person] → con título de nobleza

titled

[ˈtaɪtəld] adj [lady, gentleman] → titré(e)title deed ntitre m de propriététitle fight ncombat m pour le titretitle-holder title holder [ˈtaɪtəlhəʊldər] ntenant(e) m/f du titretitle page npage f de titretitle role nrôle-titre mtitle track nchanson-titre f

titled

n person, classesmit (Adels)titel; is he titled?hat er einen Titel?

titled

[ˈtaɪtld] adj (person) → titolato/a

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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