noun in·ter·title \ˈintə(r)ˌtītəl, -ītəl\

Definition of intertitle

  1. :  a word or group of words (such as dialogue in a silent movie or information about a setting) that appear on-screen during a movie but are not part of a scene

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Origin and Etymology of intertitle

inter- + -title (as in subtitle)

First Known Use: 1939

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to criticize severely

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