surtitle

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From French sur (over, above), from Latin super, + title, from Latin titulum.

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surtitle (plural surtitles)

  1. A translation of a segment of the libretto or other text or sometimes a brief summary of the plot projected onto a screen above the stage during a performance of an opera or other similar performance sung in a foreign language; a supertitle.

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surtitle (third-person singular simple present surtitles, present participle surtitling, simple past and past participle surtitled)

  1. to provide surtitles for a performance.

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