Examples of titan in a Sentence
this newest ocean liner is a true titan of the sea
Recent Examples of titan from the Web
Sorrell is a titan of British business who was named the world's second-best performing CEO in 2017 by the Harvard Business Review.
The streaming titan is paying out gobs of money for talent and content, persuading consumers to cut the cord and forcing big media companies to rethink their decades-long strategies.
Sorrell is a titan of British business who was named the world’s second-best performing CEO in 2017 by the Harvard Business Review.
Graham and Limón were already titans of the modern dance world.
The aerospace titan doesn’t plan to launch cars into the heavens anytime soon, Muilenburg said at a Politico Space Forum.
Stephen Hawking, the titan of cosmology who passed away March 13 at the age of 76, made his name hypothesizing about the past—all of it.
In the 1950s, Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley warred with Robert Moses, the titan of New York urban development.
According to the New York Times’ multiple sources, the former titan of Tinseltown has instead been dabbling in a variety of outpatient classes while tending to his increasingly complicated legal defense.
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Origin and Etymology of titan
First Known Use: circa 1741See Words from the same year
Origin and Etymology of titan-
TITAN Defined for English Language Learners
Titan : one of a family of giants in Greek mythology
: an extremely large and powerful person, company, etc.
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