Definition of dub
(Entry 1 of 5)
1a : to confer knighthood on was dubbed Sir Philip
b : to call by a distinctive title, epithet, or nickname Critics have dubbed him the new king of rock 'n' roll.
3a golf : to hit (a ball or shot) poorly
b : to execute poorly a dubbed attempt
Definition of dub (Entry 2 of 5)
Definition of dub (Entry 4 of 5)
1 : to add (sound effects or new dialogue) to a film or to a radio or television production —usually used with in They dubbed in the music.
2 : to provide (a motion-picture film) with a new soundtrack and especially dialogue in a different language The film was dubbed in French and Spanish.
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
Definition of dub (Entry 5 of 5)
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