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subtitle

1. an additional subordinate title given to a literary or other work
2. Films
a. a written translation superimposed on a film that has foreign dialogue
b. explanatory text on a silent film
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True to form the songs were not subtitled in spite of assurances given in the past regarding Eisteddfod programmes.
Gottlieb, in "Language-political implications of subtitling", furthermore points out that there is a tendency in subtitling to adopt English-sounding constructions as the audience of subtitled films can easily spot when the translation deviates-or seemingly deviates--from the audio, and practice shows that in the eyes of many viewers a translation that stays close to the source as regards lexis and syntax is a good translation.
The codification of nonverbal information in subtitled texts.
HBO and Netflix have made deals with video-streaming sites like Sohu and Youku Tudou to distribute their subtitled content in China.
I WAS interested to read Colin Young's letter in Saturday's Mail about some adverts not being subtitled.
All the cable and satellite channel executives interviewed for this article concurred that primetime strips should be subtitled if aimed at highly-educated viewers.
1, 2003, for example, is subtitled Frank Lloyd Wright, Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1907.
Half of it has been dubbed poorly into English, with the other half still, absurdly, subtitled, but that's not the main complaint, either.
S4C has a target of 80% of the Welsh hours of analogue programmes to be subtitled in English with 10 hours also subtitled in Welsh every week.
The Odeon, at SkyDome, Coventry will be screening a subtitled print of the new film tomorrow.
While Wales DBC concedes that HTV Wales provides ``excellent'' subtitled local programmes such as Tin Gods, it wants to remind the company that subtitling is mandatory under the broadcasting acts.
We have, over the past year and a half, brought in dedicated news subtitlers as part of our commitment to improve the quality of our subtitled news bulletins here in Wales.