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1Designating a facility for audio dubbing, and a control on a machine which operates this.
2An audio dubbing facility or control.
3The action or process of audio dubbing.
1no object To perform or use audio dubbing.
2with object To transfer by means of audio dubbing.
1970s; earliest use found in Petersen's Guide Video Tape Recording. Probably shortened from audio dubbing<br>1970s. From audio- + dub, after audio dubbing.
audio dub/ˈɔːdɪəʊ ˌdʌb/
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