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29.
Dub
In St. Louis Mo a dub is an eight (3.5 grams) of cannabis (marijuana). A half dub is a half eight (1.75 grams) of cannabis (marijuana).
Is the dub $50 or $60?

Lets go smoke a bowl, I just got a dub of some skunky ass chronic nuggets.
by 420 Freedom Fighter October 28, 2008
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30.
Dub
Noun.

In England, refers to a Volkswagen.

VW - "Vee-dub" - Dub.

A modified VW, usually styled with small diameter, wide wheels, and heavily lowered.

Adjective.

Dubbed. Used to describe the way a car has been modified.

Noun.

Dubber. A person that drives / modifies VW's in such a way.

"Check out the wheels on that Dub"

"Yeah that's sweet man."

"I cant wait to Dub my new Golf*"

*Golf - the most popular VW amongst enthusiasts / dubbers.
by cdsmith1990 September 06, 2008
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31.
dub
a slang word for a 20 of cocaine like twenty inches dubs, there comes "dub"
yo let me get a "dub" of the candy!
by Ben Herrera March 07, 2008
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32.
Dub
twenty, 20, can be used describing money, rims, etc
"Ridin on Dubs" {meaning} riding on twenties inch rims

by PRiNcE$$ TRiNi July 27, 2006
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33.
dub
King Tubby (real name Osbourne Ruddock; b.1949, d.1981) was the dub pioneer and remix godfather. In the 1970s Tubby's sonic science transformed the way music was made and listened to in Jamaica and around the world. Studio boffins everywhere are in his debt.
'Tubby's right, with all the Drum & Bass ting now, dem ting just start by accident, a man sing off-key, an' when you reach a dat you drop out everthing an' leave the drum, an' lick in the bass, an' cause a confusion, an' people like it...we say "Yes, Tubbs, madness the people dem like it!"' (Bunny Lee, producer/mentor, contemporary of Tubby)
by JP January 21, 2005
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34.
dub
Volkswagen. (VW, V-dub, Vee-Dub)
My dub is pretty fast.
by cronix April 29, 2004
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35.
Short for 'dubplates', a type of record used originally by dj's and producers of Jamaican music. They're softer than normal vinyl discs and don't last as long before the needle wears them out. The idea is to 'test' a track on the dancefloor using cheaply made dubplates, before having a more expensive vinyl press of the record made. Now used by producers of hip-hop, garage, drum'n'bass, trance, house, basically any kind of electronic music that people want to dance to, and craved by geeky DJ wannabes of said genres, to impress their eqally geeky non-DJ friends.
Got any new dubs mate?
by Superbo February 21, 2004
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