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Dob vs. Dub

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Dobverb

To report (a person) to someone in authority for a wrongdoing.

‘I’ll dob on you if you break in.’; ‘You dobbed me in! — I never did!’;

Dubverb

(transitive) To confer knighthood; the conclusion of the ceremony was marked by a tap on the shoulder with a sword.

Dobverb

To do one's share; to contribute.

‘We all dobbed in for a gift when he retired.’;

Dubverb

(transitive) To name, to entitle, to call.

Dobverb

To nominate a person, often in their absence, for an unpleasant task.

‘I arrived just after the meeting had started and found myself dobbed in to take the minutes.’;

Dubverb

(transitive) To deem.

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Dobverb

To play truant

Dubverb

To clothe or invest; to ornament; to adorn.

Dobverb

In the scouting movement, to chant dob to indicate that one will do one's best to follow the scouting laws.

Dubverb

(heading) To strike, rub, or dress smooth; to dab.

Dobnoun

A small amount of something, especially paste.

‘Put a dob of butter on the potato, please.’;

Dubverb

To dress with an adze.

‘to dub a stick of timber smooth’;

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Dubverb

To strike cloth with teasels to raise a nap.

Dubverb

To rub or dress with grease, as leather in the process of currying it.

Dubverb

To dress a fishing fly.

Dubverb

To prepare (a gamecock) for fighting, by trimming the hackles and cutting off the comb and wattles.

Dubverb

To make a noise by brisk drumbeats.

Dubverb

To do something badly.

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Dubverb

In golf, to execute a shot poorly.

Dubverb

To add sound to film or change audio on film.

Dubverb

To make a copy from an original or master audio tape.

Dubverb

To replace the original soundtrack of a film with a synchronized translation

Dubverb

To mix audio tracks to produce a new sound; to remix.

Dubverb

To open or close.

Dubnoun

(rare) A blow, thrust, or poke.

Dubnoun

(slang) An unskillful, awkward person.

Dubnoun

(music) A mostly instrumental remix with all or part of the vocals removed.

Dubnoun

(music) A style of reggae music involving mixing of different audio tracks.

Dubnoun

(music) A growing trend of music from 2009 to current in which bass distortion is synced off timing to electronic dance music.

Dubnoun

(slang) A piece of graffiti in metallic colour with a thick black outline.

Dubnoun

The replacement of a voice part in a movie or cartoon, particularly with a translation; dubbing.

Dubnoun

A pool or puddle.

Dubnoun

(slang) A twenty dollar sack of marijuana.

Dubnoun

(slang) A wheel rim measuring 20 inches or more.

Dubnoun

A lock.

Dubnoun

A key, especially a master key; a lockpick.

Dubverb

To confer knighthood upon; as, the king dubbed his son Henry a knight.

Dubverb

To invest with any dignity or new character; to entitle; to call.

‘A man of wealth is dubbed a man of worth.’;

Dubverb

To clothe or invest; to ornament; to adorn.

‘His diadem was dropped downDubbed with stones.’;

Dubverb

To strike, rub, or dress smooth; to dab;

Dubverb

To strike cloth with teasels to raise a nap.

Dubverb

To make a noise by brisk drumbeats.

Dubverb

to add sound to an existing recording, audio or video; - often used with in. The sound may be of any type or of any duration.

Dubverb

to mix together two or more sound or video recordings to produce a composite recording.

Dubnoun

A blow.

Dubnoun

A pool or puddle.

Dubverb

give a nickname to

Dubverb

provide (movies) with a soundtrack of a foreign language

Dubverb

raise (someone) to knighthood;

‘The Beatles were knighted’;

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