Definitions English

dub

  • To tap lightly on the shoulder by way of conferring knighthood.
  • To honor with a new title or description.
  • To give a name to facetiously or playfully; nickname.
  • To strike, cut, or rub (timber or leather, for example) so as to make even or smooth.
  • To dress (a fowl).
  • To execute (a golf stroke, for example) poorly.
  • An awkward person or player; a bungler.
  • To thrust at; poke.
  • To beat (a drum).
  • To make a thrust.
  • To beat on a drum.
  • The act of dubbing.
  • A drumbeat.
  • To transfer (recorded material) onto a new recording medium.
  • To copy (a record or tape).
  • To insert a new soundtrack, often a synchronized translation of the original dialogue, into (a film).
  • To add (sound) into a film or tape: dub in strings behind the vocal.
  • The new sounds added by dubbing.
  • A dubbed copy of a tape or record.
  • A mostly instrumental style of music originating in Jamaica, produced by remixing existing recordings to emphasize bass and drum rhythms and adding audio effects
  • Scots A puddle or small pool.