redub

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

re- +‎ dub

Verb[edit]

redub (third-person singular simple present redubs, present participle redubbing, simple past and past participle redubbed)

  1. (archaic) To repair or correct something.
    • Wyatt
      It shall be good that you redub that negligence.
    • Grafton
      God shall give power to redub it with some like requital to the French.
  2. To give another name or title to, to dub again
  3. To dub (video material) again; to provide with a new soundtrack.

Noun[edit]

redub (plural redubs)

  1. A video re-edited in any way an editor wants.
  2. (obsolete) A remedy or improvement

References[edit]

  • redub, in Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition. 1989.

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