Manual vs Overtitle - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between manual and overtitle is that manual is manual (booklet) while overtitle is (chiefly|in the plural) one of a set of lines displayed above a stage and manually synchronized with the speech of the actors, rather like television subtitles. As a verb overtitle is to give too high a title to.
* manuall (obsolete)
From (etyl) manuel, from
A booklet that instructs on the usage of a particular machine.
(music) A keyboard for the hands on a harpsichord, organ, or other musical instrument.
A manual transmission; a gearbox, especially of a motorized vehicle, shifted by the operator.
(by synecdoche) A vehicle with a manual transmission.
A bicycle technique whereby the front wheel is held aloft by the rider, without the use of pedal foce.
* reference manual
* instruction manual
* user manual
* user’s manual
* owners manual
* owner’s manual
From (etyl) manuel, manual, from (etyl) .
Performed with the hands (of an activity).
* 1897 , Henry James, What Maisie Knew :
Operated by means of the hands (of a machine, device etc.).
- She gave a wild manual brush to her locks.
* , relating to the mouth
* , relating to the foot
To give too high a title to.
(chiefly, in the plural) One of a set of lines displayed above a stage and manually synchronized with the speech of the actors, rather like television subtitles.