When used in the musical context of a dj discussion, a dub is short for a dubplate, which is an acetate pressing of a record; although it is used in a loose sense and normally means 'an unreleased track'. However from a producer's standpoint dubbing can mean anything from adding sound, copying sounds, or omitting sounds from a recording.
2. I'm riding on DUB-DEUCES.
3. Have you heard that new DUB from dj so and so??
4. Yes i saw that anime, but i saw the ENGLISH-DUBBED version.
2. Twenty dollars
3. Twenty dollars worth of anything, especially narcotics
4. Twenty-inch rims
5. The art of making a remix, especially a reggae song, in which the lyrics are all or partially removed and the focus is placed on the drum track and the bass
6. Generally incorrectly used as a name for any remix to any song
2. That CD player is like two dubs
3. Lemme get a dub, I gotta get high
4. I got my Escalade rollin on dubs'
5. Lee "Scratch" Perry is the master of the traditional reggae dub, especially his work with Sir Robert Nesta Marley
6. Jay-Z calls it a dub but it's really just a remix
We were rollin on dubs...