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dub something in

to mix a new sound recording into an old one. The actor messed up his lines, but they dubbed the correct words in later. They dubbed in his lines.
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dub something over

to record a replacement sound over another sound in a recording. They had dubbed over all the dialog in the movie. It doesn't matter if you say a word wrong on the tape. We can dub it over.
See also: dub

flub the dub

Inf. to fail to do the right thing. Martin is flubbing the dub with the fund-raising campaign. Please don't flub the dub this time.
See also: dub, flub

double saw(buck)

and double and dub
n. a twenty-dollar bill. (see also sawbuck.) This whole thing only cost a double sawbuck. Can you loan me a dub?
See also: double, sawbuck

dub

verb

dub

(dəb)
1. tv. & in. to duplicate something; to copy something. Dub this and keep a copy yourself.
2. n. a duplicate; a copy. The dub was so poor we couldn’t understand the dialogue.
3. Go to double saw(buck).

dub-dub-dub

and dubya-dubya-dubya
n. double-u, double-u, double-u, the letters WWW found in World Wide Web addresses. (The second version is merely a colloquial pronunciation of double-u, and neither is commonly written or printed.) Our address is dub-dub-dub dot reindeer dot com.

flub the dub

tv. to fail to do the right thing. Martin is flubbing the dub with the fund-raising campaign.
See also: dub, flub
References in periodicals archive ?
Markus Dirk Dubber, A Political Theory of Criminal Law: Autonomy and the Legitimacy of Stale Punishment, U.
at 834, 839; see also MARKUS DIRK DUBBER, THE POLICE POWER: PATRIARCHY AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT 158-61 (2005) (arguing that petty offenses have historically evaded legality constraints).
Mr Dubber, is head of policy and communications at Fenland District Council in Cambridgeshire.
See discussion in DUBBER, supra note 129, at 68-70.
For example, Seng estimates that a dubber with no experience might make $14,000 annually.
Casual games are an exploding market and the fact that Rubber Dubber is receiving 'virtual shelf space' from so many top distribution channels is a testament to the experience and knowledge of our head game developer Andrei Gireada," stated BSEG CEO Kimberley Kates.
Megan Falley performs for the Dirty Gerund Poetry Series, with musical guest Dubber, at 9 p.
at 470-74; see also Markus Dirk Dubber, American Plea Bargaining, German Lay Judges, and the Crisis of Criminal Procedure, 49 STAN.
see also Markus Dirk Dubber, The Victim in American Penal Law: A Systematic Overview, 3 BUFF.
Two years ago four friends who were knitters - Pip McKnight, Juliet Rayment, Bobbie Dubber and Sara Fowles - were sitting in a pub one day when they had a conversation along the lines of "wouldn't it be funny if people knitted in here?
Dressler, supra note 9; see also MARKUS DUBBER, CRIMINAL LAW: MODEL PENAL CODE 251 (2002) (describing duress as "the excuse analogue to the justification of necessity"); Kyron Huigens, Duress is Not a Justification, 2 OHIO ST.
for her research assistance and to Markus Dubber, George Fletcher, Evan
Mae'r siaradwyr yn cynnwys Andrew Dubber, uwch ddarlithydd, uchel ei barch mewn Diwydiannau Cerddoriaeth yn UCE Birmingham a gw r sy'n gwybod y cyfan am y diwydiant cerddoriaeth ddigidol.
77) As Dubber notes, there are dangers in this "imperialist mission":
Graham Dubber, prosecuting, said Gilmour, who lives at HMS Excellent, Whale Island, Portsmouth, Hampshire, was due to answer police bail on November 27, when he would learn if he faced further charges.