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title

Synonyms of title in English:

noun

  • 1 the author and title of the book
    name, subtitle;
    subject
  • 2 the cartoon title and ensuing caption
    caption, legend, inscription, label, heading, subheading, head, motto, slogan, device, wording, rubric;
    credit
  • 3 the company publishes 400 titles a year
    publication, work, offering;
  • 4 he will inherit the title of Duke of Marlborough
    designation, name, denomination, label, rank, status, office, position;
    informal moniker, handle
    formal appellation
  • 5 the fifth British woman athlete to win an Olympic title
    championship, first place, crown, belt, medal, prize, trophy, cup, shield, plate;
  • 6 the vendor is obliged to prove his title to the land
    ownership of, proprietorship of, freehold of, entitlement to, right to, proprietary rights to, claim to;
    possession of, holding of, hold of, tenure of, control of, keeping of, charge of, custody of, guardianship of
  • verb

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  • a policy paper titled ‘Law and Order’
    call, entitle, name, dub, give something the title of, designate, label, tag, describe something as, style, term, christen, baptize
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