Like that said in the title, it's a subtitle from Pride and Prejudice (2005).
Firstly, it's usually best not to put the whole question in the title. You could have made the title "that put paid to it" and then written the phrase again, said that it was a subtitle in the film and that you'd like to know what it means.
If you still want to refer to the title you could say: "As the/my title says…", or "As it says in the title…" or something similar. "Like the title says…" is a common form but many would consider it less correct in this context.
I appreciate your thanks Automoon, but it's sufficient to click on "Like" rather than make a special post.
Also, your second question is grammatically unrelated to the first, so a new thread would have been better.
not a teacher
As the title says, I am querying the meaning of the phrase "to put paid to it".
I would like help with the phrase "to put paid to it", as shown in my title.
What do you mean "as show in my title"?
I didn't say "As show in my title", did I? Look again.
Come on, you know I meant "show"
You've copied it incorrectly again. And please don't start your responses with "Come on ..." It's rather rude. We are not mindreaders, we frequently don't know what people mean when they post here. It is incumbent on the person asking the question to try to ask the right question wherever possible, and copying text correctly really helps.