Definition of Subtitled

1. Adjective. (context: of a film) in which the dialogue is translated into another language, and displayed, in text, at the bottom of the screen. ¹



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Definition of Subtitled

1. subtitle [v] - See also: subtitle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subtitled

subtilism
subtilisms
subtilities
subtility
subtilization
subtilizations
subtilize
subtilized
subtilizer
subtilizers
subtilizes
subtilizing
subtilties
subtilty
subtitle
subtitled (current term)
subtitler
subtitlers
subtitles
subtitling
subtle
subtlely
subtleness
subtlenesses
subtler
subtlest
subtleties
subtlety
subtly
subtone

Literary usage of Subtitled

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1. Homosexuality: The Psychology of the Creative Process by Paul Rosenfels (1986)
"1 is subtitled "A Discussion of the Nature of Sex and Celebration and an Examination of the Causes of Homophobia in the Gay Community." Letter No. ..."

2. The Geometric Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations and Algebraic Functions by Georges Valiron (1984)
"The original of the material presented here form the contents of the first eleven chapters of the second volume of the Coure d'Analy.., subtitled ..."

3. We Knew Paul: Conversations With Friends and Students of Paul Rosenfels by Dean Hannotte (1990)
"1 is subtitled "A Discussion of the Nature of Sex and Celebration and an ... 2 is subtitled "On the Formation of Inner Identity in the Growing Child. ..."

4. Letters to Deanby Paul Rosenfels by Paul Rosenfels (1981)
"1 is subtitled "A Discussion of the Nature of Sex and Celebration and an ... 2 is subtitled "On the Formation of Inner Identity in the Growing Child. ..."

5. Biographical Memoirs by National Academy Of Sciences, National Academy of Sciences Staff, Caroline K. McEuen (1980)
"In his searching review Scatchard remarked that the book might well be subtitled Pride and Prejudice. Guggenheim, who dearly loved an argument, ..."

6. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller (1913)
"But it has practically long been decided that Shenstone must be judged by The Schoolmistress and the Miscellaneous Poems conscientiously subtitled "Odes, ..."

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