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titularse en algo exp.
to graduate in sth

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titular

  
a       adj  
jugador titular      regular first-team player  
juez titular      judge assigned to a particular court   judge assigned to a particular court  
médico titular      doctor assigned to a particular post in the public health care system   doctor assigned to a particular post in the public health care system  
profesor titular      teacher assigned to a particular post in the state education system   teacher assigned to a particular post in the state education system  
b       smf  
1    [+de puesto]   holder, incumbent,   (Rel)   incumbent
2    [+de cuenta, pasaporte]   holder  
[+de coche, vivienda]  
owner
3      (Dep)   regular first-team player     (LAm)   captain
c       sm     (Prensa)   headline  
los titulares        (Radio, TV)   the (news) headlines  
d       vt  
  [+libro, película]  
to title, entitle  
tituló la obra "Fiesta"      he (en)titled the play "Fiesta"  
¿cómo vas a titular el trabajo?      what title are you going to give the essay?  
e    titularse             vpr  
1    [novela, poema]  
¿cómo se titula la película?      what's the title of the film?, what's the film called?  
la película se titula "Texas"      the film is called "Texas", the title of the film is "Texas"  
2      (Univ)   to graduate  
titularse en algo      to graduate in sth  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"titularse": examples and translations in context
De ahí que deba titularse "marcado". It should therefore be entitled 'Marking'.
"... un poema sinfónico que podría titularse 'Mañana'". "... a symphonic poem which could be entitled 'Tomorrow'".
Debería titularse: 1.000 pruebas de que soy un genio. It should be called 1,000 Reasons I'm So Great.
Puede titularse "Luché en el Levantamiento", It can be called "I Fought in the Easter Rising"...
Solía creer que mi biografía debía titularse: I used to think... my biography ought to be entitled...
Esta película debería titularse "El día que Rooney intentó hacer su trabajo". This movie should be called "The Day Rooney Trying To Do His Job".
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