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Verb
/ˈsəbˌtītl/,
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subtitles, plural;
  1. Provide (a movie or program) with subtitles
    • - much of the film is subtitled
  2. Provide (a published work or article) with a subtitle
    • - the novel was aptly subtitled
Noun
  1. Captions displayed at the bottom of a movie or television screen that translate or transcribe the dialogue or narrative

  2. A subordinate title of a published work or article giving additional information about its content


  1. translation of foreign dialogue of a movie or TV program; usually displayed at the bottom of the screen
  2. supply (a movie) with subtitles
  3. secondary or explanatory title
  4. Subtitle (aka Giovanni Marks, born 10/2/1978) is a Los Angeles based rapper/producer who is known both for his solo work and his collaborations, both with other rappers and bands such as Islands and The Mars Volta.
  5. In books and other works, a subtitle is an explanatory or alternate title. For example, Mary Shelley used a subtitle to give her most famous novel, Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus, an alternate title to give a hint of the theme. ...
  6. (Subtitles) Words superimposed on the screen which mirror the dialogue (usually in another language) heard at the time.
  7. (Subtitles) English, French, Spanish
  8. (Subtitles) Some movies contain subtitles for none English speaking parts, media players support the most popular formats for subtitles are SRT, SSA, SUB, SMI formats. You simply need the subtitle file in the same folder as the movie you are watching and the media player will load the subtitles. ...
  9. (Subtitles) Permanently affixed on-screen text that represents the narration, dialogue, music, or sound effects in a program.
  10. (Subtitles) Text version of a programme's dialogue, overlayed on the screen either at broadcast or at reception (often via Teletext or Closed Captioning) for the hearing impared or for when a speaker is unclear or speaking in a foreign language.
  11. (subtitles) The presentation of text in the lower part of the screen, usually one or two lines at a time. ...
  12. The portion of a work's title following the semicolon or colon.
  13. Written text which commonly appears in the lower part of the screen to translate dialogue for foreign audiences.
  14. A text overlay on video materials, typically used to display the audio dialog in various languages, or to transcribe hard-to-understand speech.
  15. the text of a video displayed on the bottom of the screen, often used for language translations. Subtitles are also the graphics displayed on top of video content, stored in a separate stream (e.g. on a multilingual DVD or in DVD menus).
  16. An explanatory phrase following a main.
  17. A written representation of the spoken audio of a program that has been translated into another language and timed to appear in sync with the audio.
  18. Phrase in a nameplate that amplifies or supplements information in the newsletter name.
  19. A listing enhancement that allows a seller to add a second line of detail to an Item Title.
  20. An explanatory part which sometimes follows the main title, for example: Nothing but You: Love Stories from the New Yorker.
  21. A textual representation of the spoken audio in a video program. Subtitles are often used with foreign languages and do not serve the same purpose as captions for the hearing impaired. See subpicture.
  22. Subsequent text used to enhance the description of the chart.
  23. Explanatory wording commonly incorporated in a silent film either to replace dialogue or to bridge a gap in the story. Supersonic Bias. High frequency impulses mixed with the impulses to be recorded. This reduces the distortion of a magnetic recording system.
  24. a subtitle to a document or printed matter ( informal )
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