Dubbing



[duhb-ing] /ˈdʌb ɪŋ/

noun
1.
the conferring of knighthood; accolade.
2.
Angling. the material used for the body of an artificial fly.
3.
.
[duhb-ing] /ˈdʌb ɪŋ/
noun
1.
the act or process of furnishing a film or tape with a new sound track or adding music, sound effects, etc., to an existing one.
[duhb] /dʌb/
verb (used with object), dubbed, dubbing.
1.
to invest with any name, character, dignity, or title; style; name; call:
He was dubbed a hero.
2.
to strike lightly with a sword in the ceremony of conferring knighthood; make, or designate as, a knight:
The king dubbed him a knight.
3.
to strike, cut, rub, or make smooth, as leather or timber.
Idioms
4.
dub bright, Shipbuilding. to shave off the outer surface of the planking of (a ship).
[duhb] /dʌb/
verb (used with object), dubbed, dubbing.
1.
to thrust; poke.
2.
Golf. to hit (a ball) poorly; misplay (a shot).
3.
to execute poorly.
verb (used without object), dubbed, dubbing.
4.
to thrust; poke.
noun
5.
a thrust; poke.
6.
a drumbeat.
[duhb] /dʌb/
verb (used with object), dubbed, dubbing.
1.
to furnish (a film or tape) with a new sound track, as one recorded in the language of the country of import.
2.
to add (music, speech, etc.) to a film or tape recording (often followed by in).
3.
to copy (a tape or disc recording).
verb (used without object), dubbed, dubbing.
4.
to copy program material from one tape recording onto another.
noun
5.
the new sounds added to a film or tape.
6.
a style of popular music based on reggae and produced by remixing previously recorded music to which audio samples and sound effects are added.
Verb phrases
7.
dub out, to omit or erase (unwanted sound) on a tape or sound track:
to dub out background noise.
/ˈdʌbɪŋ/
noun (films)
1.
the replacement of a soundtrack in one language by one in another language
2.
the combination of several soundtracks into a single track
3.
the addition of a soundtrack to a film or broadcast
/ˈdʌbɪŋ/
noun
1.
(angling) hair or fur spun on waxed silk and added to the body of an artificial fly to give it shape
2.
a variant of dubbin
/dʌb/
verb dubs, dubbing, dubbed
1.
(transitive) to invest (a person) with knighthood by the ritual of tapping on the shoulder with a sword
2.
(transitive) to invest with a title, name, or nickname
3.
(transitive) to dress (leather) by rubbing
4.
(angling) to dress (a fly)
noun
5.
the sound of a drum
/dʌb/
verb (films, television) dubs, dubbing, dubbed
1.
to alter the soundtrack of (an old recording, film, etc)
2.
(transitive) to substitute for the soundtrack of (a film) a new soundtrack, esp in a different language
3.
(transitive) to provide (a film or tape) with a soundtrack
4.
(transitive) to alter (a taped soundtrack) by removing some parts and exaggerating others
noun
5.
(films) the new sounds added
6.

/dʌb/
verb dubs, dubbing, dubbed
1.
(Austral & NZ, informal) short for double-bank
/dʌb/
noun
1.
a clumsy or awkward person or player
verb dubs, dubbing, dubbed
2.
to bungle (a shot), as in golf
/dʌb/
noun
1.
(Scot & Northern English, dialect) a pool of water; puddle
/dʌb/
verb dubs, dubbing, dubbed
1.
(intransitive; foll by in, up, or out) (slang) to contribute to the cost of (something); pay
v.

“give a name to,” originally “make a knight,” from late Old English dubbian “knight by striking with a sword” (11c.), a late word, perhaps borrowed from Old French aduber “equip with arms, adorn” (11c.) of uncertain origin, but there are phonetic difficulties. Meaning “provided with a name” is from 1590s. Related: Dubbed; dubbing.

“add or alter sound on film,” 1929, shortening of double; so called because it involves re-recording voices onto a soundtrack. The type of re-mixed reggae music was so called from 1974, probably for the same reason. Related: Dubbed; dubbing.

modifier

: A flood of dub versions followed

noun

A form of reggae music marked by weird, unexpected, and discontinuous sounds: The hypnotic weirdness of such music has helped make dub the most popular form of reggae

[1970s+; probably fr the electronic technique of dubbing, ”doubling,” sound tracks]

verb

[1920s+; fr double]

noun

An awkward performer; novice; duffer: planned by destiny for dubs and has-beens and that solemn brood (1887+)

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1.
Collinstown Airport (Dublin, Ireland)
2.
dysfunctional uterine bleeding

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