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  1. headline

    • IPA[ˈhedˌlīn]

    美式

    • n.
      a heading at the top of an article or page in a newspaper or magazine;the most important items of news in a newspaper or a broadcast news bulletin
    • v.
      provide with a headline;appear as the star performer at (a concert)
    • verb: headline, 3rd person present: headlines, gerund or present participle: headlining, past tense: headlined, past participle: headlined

    • noun: headline, plural noun: headlines

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a heading at the top of an article or page in a newspaper or magazine a front-page headline
    • the most important items of news in a newspaper or a broadcast news bulletin issues that are never long out of the headlines
    • denoting a particularly notable or important piece of news air accidents make headline news whereas car accidents are seldom publicized
    • denoting or relating to the star performer or group at a concert, typically appearing as the last act on the bill they were one of the headline acts at the festival in Hyde Park
    • 2. denoting or relating to a figure for unemployment based on the unadjusted total number of people out of work, as a percentage of the population the headline unemployment rate has surprised the markets by dropping slightly
    • denoting or relating to a rate of inflation based on the consumer price index and reflecting all changes to the cost of living that an economy may undergo the country's headline inflation had slowed down to 6.87 percent

    動詞

    • 1. provide with a headline a feature that was headlined “Invest in Your Future.”
    • 2. appear as the star performer at (a concert) an acoustic jam headlined by rappers LL Cool J and De La Soul