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dub

the sound of a drum

dub

[dəb]
(engineering acoustics)
To transfer recorded material from one recording to another, with or without the addition of new sounds, background music, or sound effects.
To combine two or more sources of sound into one record.
To add a new sound track or new sounds to a motion picture film, or to a recorded radio or television production.

dub

To strike, cut, rub, or dress so as to smooth a surface.

dub

To make a copy of an audio tape or videotape. See also dub-dub-dub.
References in classic literature ?
But still it distressed him to think he had not been dubbed a knight, for it was plain to him he could not lawfully engage in any adventure without receiving the order of knighthood.
Every rivulet that gurgles out of the rocks and sands of this part of the world is dubbed with the title of "fountain," and people familiar with the Hudson, the great lakes and the Mississippi fall into transports of admiration over them, and exhaust their powers of composition in writing their praises.
The sun, which Dubartas, that classic ancestor of periphrase, had not yet dubbed the "Grand-duke of Candles," was none the less radiant and joyous on that account.
Then I turned toward the advancing Hoojans--"Hoosiers," Perry dubbed them--even going so far as to christen this island where Hooja held sway Indiana; it is so marked now upon our maps.
Then the two men went on deck through the main hatch, and while one kept watch, the other cut a hind quarter off Plesiosaurus Olsoni, as Bradley dubbed the thing.
By the time he was twenty Norman the Devil, as the King himself had dubbed him, was known by reputation throughout all England, though no man had seen his face and lived, other than his friends and followers.
Him a facetious, vacationing architect's clerk dubbed Noah, and so greeted him.
Hunt was a great poetic stimulus to Keats, but he is largely responsible for the flippant jauntiness and formlessness of Keats' earlier poetry, and the connection brought on Keats from the outset the relentless hostility of the literacy critics, who had dubbed Hunt and his friends 'The Cockney [i.
In fact, he told them such a pack of absurdities, that even an old quartermaster who had lost his nose with a frost-bite, so that they had dubbed him Nezrestant, was fain to laugh.
Thus whether she received the Reverend Saunders McNitre, the Scotch divine; or the Reverend Luke Waters, the mild Wesleyan; or the Reverend Giles Jowls, the illuminated Cobbler, who dubbed himself Reverend as Napoleon crowned himself Emperor--the household, children, tenantry of my Lady Southdown were expected to go down on their knees with her Ladyship, and say Amen to the prayers of either Doctor.
Incidentally, Karnataka and West Bengal are the only two states in the country where other language movies cannot be dubbed into Kannada and Bengali, respectively.
Meanwhile, in West Bengal, the film is facing problem with the dubbed version.