What does subtitle mean?
A subtitle is if you look at it in a movie prospective subtitle are like if a movie has a foreign language in it would say something like attack! you people should be attacking not playing cards!That would probably be in a action movie and subtitles in movies are also called subs
In a text book there is the main title and then maybe a paragraph and then there is another title. that is the subtitle. there will be a few paragraphs in that and then another subtitle. the subtitle is often smaller than the main title but larger than the paragraph about it. EXAMPLE THE MAIN TITLE Paragraph paragraph SUBTITLE
There is no simple answer to that. You would use it when you need to have a smaller heading on a title slide. The main title and the subtitle could be on the slide. For some presentations you might only want a main title and you could leave the subtitle blank. So if you have something that needs a main heading and a sub heading, then you could use the subtitle. There is no simple…
There is no Constitutional Act. Although, you may be referring to The Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 (18 U.S.C. § 1385). Of course the area of US Code that covers the Armed Forces is U.S.C. Title 10 - Armed Forces. The various subtitles are listed below: Subtitle A-General Military Law (§§ 101-2925) Subtitle B-Army (§§ 3001-4842) Subtitle C-Navy and Marine Corps (§§ 5001-7913) Subtitle D-Air Force (§§ 8010-9842) Subtitle E-Reserve Components (§§ 10001-18506)
Your question is a little unclear, I assume you mean when watching an English dubbed movie a subtitle pops up to explain a certain phrase? If so then it might be because the phrase is specific to the country of origin and the dubbers assume that you won't fully understand it, therefore it's not exactly a translation but a definition.