English version

title page

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtitle pageˈtitle page noun [countable]  TCNthe page at the front of a book which shows the book’s name, the writer etc
Examples from the Corpus
title pageMain line: 1 title page, 5 sheets of plans, 5 sheets sections, 1 sheet cross-sections.Its cover, printed on the same paper as the rest of the book, looks more like a title page.Usually found on the back of the title page.Opposite the title page was a picture of the kneeling King exchanging his royal crown for a crown of thorns.He pushed the book he was examining across to Charles, his finger holding it open to the title page.The Select Songs were printed very early: their title page states that they were sold in the theatre as well as in shops.
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