Noun(1) the heading or caption of a newspaper article
Verb(1) publicize widely or highly, as if with a headline(2) provide (a newspaper page or a story
(1) the country's headline inflation had slowed down to 6.87 percent(2) The headline in the newspaper blared that thousands of people were stranded.(3) air accidents make headline news whereas car accidents are seldom publicized(4) they were one of the headline acts at the festival in Hyde Park(5) The Big Town Playboys headline the concert at the Corn Exchange the following night, Saturday June 19.(6) I saw a headline in an Israeli newspaper last week - a shooting - and recognised a name, a photograph, a face.(7) When they see a newspaper headline , they think it has the status of an official announcement.(8) The Revs will headline the concert supported by local bands Sliver and Section 3.(9) We had a headline in the newspaper stating that one-third of the foreshore was off limits.(10) He described the headline of the article as being the ‘bane’, that is the sting of the libel on his client.(11) I would like to say that I saved that for my retirement, which would make a great headline in a newspaper.(12) a front-page headline(13) Most of Beijing's newspapers used the same headline and photograph again today.(14) ‘Sick and tired patients in uproar’ blared one front page headline in a leading daily newspaper.(15) This was the front page headline in the very conservative morning newspaper on December 17th.(16) The next morning, the front page headline described it as his ‘racism shame’.
(1) banner headline :: バナーの見出し
English to Japanese Dictionary: headline
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