[ soo-per-tahyt-l ]
/ ˈsu pərˌtaɪt l /
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(especially in opera production) a translation of a segment of the libretto or other text or sometimes a brief summary of the plot projected onto a screen above the stage during a performance.
verb (used with object), su·per·ti·tled, su·per·ti·tling.
to provide supertitles for.
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