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title (noun) name [of a book, story, movie, etc.]; right [to a property]; name describing someone's profession, rank, etc.; awards given to the winner of a contest.
The name a book, movie, story has is its title. The Mahabharatam is the title of the greatest epic in Sanskrit. That is, it is its name. The title to something is somebody's right to something. A person's title is their right to the property. A title is also a word showing a person's position, designation, rank, their marital status, like, for example superintendent of police, Mr., Mrs., etc. A title is also an award given to the winner of a competition.
- Though he had no title to the property he is now in occupation of it illegally. He has no legal right to the property and the titleholders of the property, who have a legal right to the property, are taking the matter to the court.
- Harry Potter is the title of the most popular book now. The name of the book, Harry Potter is familiar to most people in the world.
- Pete Sampras has won the Wimbledon title a number of times. He was awarded the cup more than once.