Meaning of “dub” in the English Dictionary

"dub" in British English

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dubverb

uk /dʌb/ us /dʌb/ -bb-

dub verb (NAME)

[ T + noun ] to give something or someone a particular name, especially describing what you think of it, him, or her:

She was dubbed by the newspapers "the Angel of Death".

dubnoun [ U ]

uk /dʌb/ us /dʌb/

(Definition of “dub” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"dub" in American English

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dubverb [ T ]

us /dʌb/ -bb-

dub verb [ T ] (NAME)

to give something or someone a particular name, esp. describing what you think of that person or thing:

At age 21 Ella Fitzgerald was dubbed "The First Lady of Swing."

dub verb [ T ] (CHANGE)

to use different voices, sounds, or images in a movie, television program, recording, etc., to replace others made originally or as added parts:

She is no singer, and her rock ’n’ roll numbers were dubbed.
The scenery is dubbed into the CD-ROM movie using computer-graphics software.

(Definition of “dub” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)