from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To thrash with a stick.
- transitive v. To instill forcefully: drubbed the lesson into my head.
- transitive v. To defeat soundly.
- transitive v. To berate harshly.
- transitive v. To stamp (the feet).
- intransitive v. To beat the ground; stamp.
- intransitive v. To pound; throb.
- n. A blow with a heavy instrument, such as a stick.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to beat (someone or something) with a stick
- v. to forcefully teach something
- v. to defeat someone soundly; to annihilate or crush
- v. to criticize harshly; to excoriate
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A blow with a cudgel; a thump.
- transitive v. To beat with a stick; to thrash; to cudgel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To beat with a stick; cudgel; belabor; thrash; beat in general.
- n. A blow with a stick or cudgel; a thump; a knock.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight
Charlie is going to drub you and crazy Rubio in November. isaiah's grandma
More than a quarter of patients had grown up in homes with alcoholism or drub abuse, and a similar percentage had suffered beatings.
If the Sooners or Cowboys drub K-State like they have in recent years, that's what I'm blaming it on.
It may even date to Kay-drub's tenure as the second Holder of the Throne of
 Ta bu Pe-ma Baz-ra and Dak-po Kel-zang Kay-drub are often mentioned as sources of the Shuk-den teachings.
Kel-zang Kay-drub (dwag po bskal bzang mkhas grub).
It may even date to Kay-drub's tenure as the second Holder of the Throne of Ga-den during the first half of the fifteenth century.
It appears that Kay-drub urged his followers to stick to Dzong-ka-ba's views and scolded those who did not.
He did not introduce these practices himself, for he received them from teachers such as Ta bu Pe-ma Baz-ra and Dak-po Kel-zang Kay-drub (dwag po bskal bzang mkhas grub).
He took the gold and his draft translation and went to Phan Yul drub.