Translation of title in Spanish:
- 1 countable/numerable 1.1 (of creative work) título (masculine) title song canción (feminine) del títuloExample sentences1.2 (literary work) libro (masculine), título (masculine)
- Previous research has demonstrated that knowledge of book titles and authors' names is reflective of immersion in a literate environment.
- A similar methodology governs the narrator's reading, since she selects books according to categorised titles: women's names or cities.
- If you Google any of the above names, with the titles of their famous books, you get hundreds, if not thousands, of links.
- The number of newspaper titles published diminished in all belligerent nations as the war progressed, as did the size of those which survived, but circulations often increased.
- There are reprints of popular titles in colourful paperbacks at special prices.
- This book is a revised and updated edition of the same title published in 1993.
- 2 countable/numerable 2.1 (designation, label) título (masculine) 2.2 (status) tratamiento (masculine) ([ como Sr, Sra, Dr etc ])Example sentences2.3 (noble rank) título (masculine) (nobiliario or de nobleza)
Example sentences2.4 [Sport/Deporte] título (masculine) he won the junior title last year ganó el campeonato juvenil or fue campeón juvenil el año pasado (before noun/delante del nombre) title fight combate (masculine) por el título
- He had no answer to my next question, which was why on a class list it was even necessary to know, or why the women were singled out to have titles indicating their marital status.
- Certain professional titles may replace those just mentioned.
- In the U.S., professors routinely use their titles, which are an important part of their credentials.
- However, the highest ranked officials have titles that are more secular in origin.
- He is not to be confused with Arthur himself, who inherits the title of Lord Godalming.
- She immediately resented her choice to use his title instead of his name.
- The men and women's national teams currently hold five of the seven major championship titles.
- Would he have won Champions League crowns, major domestic titles, perhaps even a Footballer of the Year award?
- He won five British championship titles and competed on the Grand Prix circuit for seven years during an impressive riding career.
- For each, give your job title, the name of the company and the period of employment.
- It is a good idea to write down the exact dates and times of the incident you are making your complaint about, along with the names and job titles of any staff involved.
- Otherwise, we have some interesting company names and job titles.
- 3 [Law/Derecho] 3.1 uncountable/no numerable (right of ownership) title (
tosth) derecho (masculine)( aalgo), titularidad (feminine)( dealgo) 3.2 countable/numerable (document) título (masculine) de propiedadExample sentences
- The company has the legal and beneficial title to its property.
- Legal title to the property was taken by the parties as joint tenants.
- The land registry documentation makes clear that legal title to the property was held in the name of the company.
- 4(titles plural)[Cinema/Cine] [Television/Televisión] créditos (masculine plural), títulos (masculine plural) (de crédito)Example sentences
- The group achieved immediate success by producing excellent wartime propaganda shorts as well as film titles and graphics for documentaries.
- Like Harry Lime, the penicillin-diluting racketeer he plays in the film, Welles infects The Third Man from opening titles to closing credits.
- But still, the plate is important enough to get its own credit during the opening titles.
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