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subtitle in Literature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubtitlesub‧ti‧tle /ˈsʌbˌtaɪtl/ ●○○ noun  1 subtitles2 AL[singular] a second title below the main title in a book, which gives more information about what is in the book, show etc The opera’s subtitle is ‘The School for Lovers’. The book is subtitled ‘A Psychology of Masculinity’.subtitle verb [intransitive, transitive]subtitled adjective a subtitled version of the film
Examples from the Corpus
subtitleIn 1815 Wordsworth added a subtitle - or Poverty.His guttural utterances are accompanied by erudite subtitles.Put a colon between the title and the subtitle, even if there isn't one in the original.This is an example of the how the subtitles will appear on screen if you dial page 888 of Oracle.The subtitles now roil over this scene.In a monolingual situation, films with subtitles in the national language may be available on video.