- v.使有资格，使有权( entitle的过去式和过去分词 ); 给…题名;
Every worker will be entitled to four weeks' paid holiday a year.
A farmer is entitled to a certain particularized tax treatment.
Check whether you are entitled to a discretionary grant for your course.
She is entitled to a twelfth of the cash.
The best wines are entitled to a numbered seal of quality.
Shalford is entitled to the benefit of the doubt.
Parents are entitled to 13 weeks' parental leave.
Chomsky's review is entitled "Psychology and Ideology".
He entitled us to enter his office at any time.
Women workers are entitled to maternity leave with full pay.
Is he not entitled to hit back?
他难道无权反击 吗 ?
The poem is entitled Ode to Skylark.
The editorial is entitled " ... " .
这篇社论的 题目 是《.. . 》.
The newspaper ran a series of four editorials entitled "The Choice of Our Lives."
As an account customer, you are automatically entitled to a variety of benefits.
I thought it was quite interesting, but I don't quite understand the column entitled change.
Famous people are entitled to a few failings, like the rest of us.
In a report entitled "Averting the Old Age Crisis", it argued that pension arrangements in most countries were unsustainable.
1. qualified for by right according to law;
"we are all entitled to equal protection under the law"
2. given a title or identifying name;
"the book entitled `A Tale of Two Cities'"