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"Título" is a noun which is often translated as "title", and "precio" is a noun which is often translated as "price". Learn more about the difference between "título" and "precio" below.
título(
tee
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too
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loh
)
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (name)
a. title
Todavía no tengo título para mi novela.I still don't have a title for my novel.
b. headline (in a newspaper)
El título anunciaba que había habido una erupción volcánica en Hawái.The headline announced that there had been a volcanic eruption in Hawaii.
c. heading
El título tiene que destacarse para que se sepa de que se trata el artículo.The heading has to stand out so that people know what the article's about.
2. (education)
a. degree
Sacó el título en Astrofísica.She got her degree in Astrophysics.
b. certificate
Si no tienes título, es mucho más difícil encontrar un trabajo.If you don't have a certificate, it's a lot harder to find a job.
c. qualification
El título indicaba que había aprobado el examen de Química Orgánica.The qualification indicated that she had passed the Organic Chemistry exam.
3. (prize)
a. title
La pregunta que todos los fans quieren saber es: ¿quién va a ganar el título este año?The question that all the fans want to know is, who's going to win the title this year?
4. (nobleman)
a. title
Eres príncipe. No puedes casarte con ella. ¡Ni siquiera tiene título!You are a prince. You can't marry her. She doesn't even have a title.
5. (certificate of ownership)
a. title
Una vez que pague el dinero que debe por el préstamo, el banco le dará el título del carro.Once she repays the money she owes on the loan, the bank will give her the title for the car.
6. (finance)
a. bond
Perdió mucho dinero cuando los títulos que había comprado del gobierno perdieron todo su valor.He lost lots of money when the bonds he had bought from the government lost all their value.
b. security
Tiene su dinero invertido en una amplia variedad de títulos.She has her money invested in a wide variety of securities.
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precio(
preh
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syoh
)
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (cost)
a. price
El precio del curso de japonés se me hace muy caro.The price of the Japanese course seems really expensive to me.
b. rate (lodging)
El precio del hotel cerca de la playa es más alto en verano.The rate for the hotel near the beach is higher in the summer.
c. fare (transporation)
El precio del autobús es más barato que el del tren.The bus fare is cheaper than the train fare.
2. (sacrifice)
a. price
Luego pagarás el precio por decir tantas mentiras ahora.You'll pay the price later for telling so many lies now.
b. cost
Vivir en un estudio es el precio de mudarse a la ciudad.Living in a studio is the cost of moving to the city.
3. (value)
a. worth
Es un hombre de gran precio y todos en el pueblo lo respetan.He's a man of great worth and everyone in the town respects him.
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