dub

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1dub

verb \ˈdəb\
dubbeddub·bing

Definition of DUB

transitive verb
1
a :  to confer knighthood on
b :  to call by a distinctive title, epithet, or nickname
2
:  to trim or remove the comb and wattles of
3
a :  to hit (a golf ball or shot) poorly
b :  to execute poorly <a dubbed attempt>
dub·ber noun

Origin of DUB

Middle English dubben, from Old English dubbian; akin to Old Norse dubba to dub, Old High German tubili plug
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with DUB

2dub

noun

Definition of DUB

:  one who is inept or clumsy

First Known Use of DUB

1884

3dub

noun

Definition of DUB

chiefly Scottish
:  pool, puddle

Origin of DUB

Middle English (Scots) dubbe
First Known Use: 15th century

4dub

verb
dubbeddub·bing

Definition of DUB

transitive verb
1
:  to add (sound effects or new dialogue) to a film or to a radio or television production —usually used with in
2
:  to provide (a motion-picture film) with a new sound track and especially dialogue in a different language
3
:  to make a new recording of (sound or videotape already recorded); also :  to mix (recorded sound or videotape from different sources) into a single recording
dubber noun

Origin of DUB

by shortening & alteration from double
First Known Use: 1930

Other Audio Recording Terms

baffle, fidelity, transcription, treble

5dub

noun

Definition of DUB

:  Jamaican music in which audio effects and spoken or chanted words are imposed on an instrumental reggae background

First Known Use of DUB

1974

Other Music Terms

cacophony, chorister, concerto, counterpoint, madrigal, obbligato, presto, presto, refrain, riff, segue

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