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Dub, Dubs, or dubbing may refer to:



  • Dub music, a subgenre of reggae music
  • Dub techno, a subgenre of techno
  • Dubbing (music), transfer or copying of previously recorded audio material from one medium to another
  • The Dubs, American 1950s vocal group
  • Dub FX (born 1983), Australian street performer and studio recording artist

Film and television[edit]

  • Dubbing (filmmaking), post-production process in which additional or supplementary recording occurs
  • Dub localization, altering the dubbed translation of a foreign language film or television series to further adapt it for a "local" audience

Literature and publishing[edit]



Medieval period[edit]

Modern era[edit]




Other uses[edit]

  • Dublin Airport, whose IATA airport code is DUB
  • Lawrence Weston, Bristol, England, a housing estate also known as "El Dub"
  • Dub Cottage in the Isle of Man
  • Dub (wheel), an automobile wheel or rim that is twenty or more inches in diameter
  • Dubbing (poultry), the procedure of removing the comb, wattles and sometimes earlobes of poultry
  • W, shortened name for the 23rd letter of the Latin alphabet
  • Accolade (also known as dubbing), central act in rite of passage ceremonies conferring knighthood
  • Dübs and Company, a locomotive works in Glasgow, Scotland

See also[edit]

  • Dubí, a town in the Czech Republic
  • Dubbin, a wax product used to soften, condition and waterproof leather
  • Doubs (river) in eastern France
  • Doubs, a department in the Franche-Comté region of France