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dubbing

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[ duhb-ing ]
/ ˈdʌb ɪŋ /
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noun
the conferring of knighthood; accolade.
Angling. the material used for the body of an artificial fly.
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Origin of dubbing

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Middle English word dating back to 1250–1300; see origin at dub1, -ing1

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Other definitions for dubbing (2 of 2)

dubbing2
[ duhb-ing ]
/ ˈdʌb ɪŋ /

noun
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.

Origin of dubbing

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First recorded in 1925–30; dub4 + -ing1
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British Dictionary definitions for dubbing (1 of 2)

dubbing1
/ (ˈdʌbɪŋ) /

noun films
the replacement of a soundtrack in one language by one in another language
the combination of several soundtracks into a single track
the addition of a soundtrack to a film or broadcast

British Dictionary definitions for dubbing (2 of 2)

dubbing2
/ (ˈdʌbɪŋ) /

noun
angling hair or fur spun on waxed silk and added to the body of an artificial fly to give it shape
a variant of dubbin
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