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dub

verb [T]
 
 
/dʌb/ ( present participle dubbing, past tense and past participle dubbed)
NAME to give someone or something an unofficial or funny name
lakap/isim takmak
[often passive] He was dubbed 'Big Ears' by the media.Names and titles
LANGUAGE to change the language in a film or television programme into a different language
seslendirme/dublaj yapmak
[often passive] The film was dubbed into English.Production, direction and recordingBroadcasting in general
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