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titanic1 British & World English

Of exceptional strength, size, or power

titanic2 British & World English

Of titanium with a valency of four; of titanium(IV)

Titanic British & World English

A British passenger liner, the largest ship in the world when she was built and supposedly unsinkable, that struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic on her maiden voyage in April 1912 and sank with the loss of 1,490 lives

Titanic New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

British liner that sank on her maiden voyage in 1912

titanic New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

exceptionally strong or great

titanic English Thesaurus

Blackburn Rovers were overcome in a titanic struggle with Liverpool

titanic English-Spanish


the wreck of the Titanic in wreck English-Spanish

el naufragio del Titanic

murió en el naufragio del Titanic in naufragio Spanish-English

he died when the Titanic went down

to rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic in deck chair English-Spanish

tocar* el violín mientras el barco se hunde