: to call (someone or something) by a new title, epithet, or nickname : to dub (someone or something) anew
Business schools have been redubbed schools of management …—Benjamin R. Barber
: to dub (something) again: such as
: to add or replace (sound effects, dialogue, etc.) in a previously dubbed soundtrack
had to redub her voice for the rerelease
: to replace or alter the soundtrack of (something, such as a motion picture)
When they redubbed that scene, Laurence Olivier had died. Anthony Hopkins is doing the voice of Laurence Olivier; …—Larry King
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