from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To repair or correct something.
- v. To give another name or title to, to dub again
- v. To dub (video material) again; to provide with a new soundtrack.
- n. A video re-edited in any way an editor wants.
- n. A remedy or improvement
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To refit; to repair, or make reparation for; hence, to repay or requite.
- transitive v. To dub again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To repair or make reparation for; make amends for; requite.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Looks like Captain America needs a new identity and I redub him General Globe.
I suspect I will redub this site as International Science Fiction Recognition Day instead, and try to create a day one which we show people what is good and even great in SF.
Dame Helen Mirren, scared that another Oscar might make her husband run away, will redub her performance in The Tempest so that Prospera shouts everything in an inexplicably high-pitched Jamaican accent.
No redub, edit or censor could change the fact that she asked an ignorant question with a derogatory, skeptical tone.
There's also one line, "I make money, you make money and no one knows the difference," that's lifted from the SCTV Cisco Kid redub that Kampmann and Peter Torokvei made with Martin Short.
It is a popular current Youtube fad to redub that particular scene.
Daniel Day-Lewis's Oscar acceptance speech - redub...
Their collective identity becomes so nebulous that they even come to see "liberal" as an epithet, so they attempt to redub themselves "progressives."
You might want to actually redub this maybe "Movie Sleepless in Addis Ababa."
Four days ago "(the computer must redub every 18.8 hours)" he was identified, but fought his way free of arrest and disappeared.