redub

redub

(riːˈdʌb)
vb (tr)
to fix or repair
n
(Film) a video that is re-edited according to the wishes of the editor
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I'm so happy about the return of Egyptian slang dubbing to the extent that I want to personally redub all the previous Fusha films into Egyptian," said Hisham Afifi, a social media influencer on a Facebook post.
Of course, it took the great Macedonian conqueror Alexander III "the Great" to re-found the city, make it the center of his north African empire, and redub it (as he named and renamed a score of other cities, from Egypt to distant Afghanistan--where, 2400 years later, one of them would become the center of the Taliban movement).
The longawaited computer-generated virtual-reality environment (which Meyer and Davis redub "the experience machine") is another likely wonder of the coming Molecular Age.
But now makers Sony could be forced to redub the CD in a bid to protect young children.
Voicework by thesps Lambert Wilson and Pauline Brunner as the leads is adorable but will be the first thing to go if the pic is bought for other territories, which are sure to redub the whole thing.
The worst moment came when, without warning her, the producers of MacDowell's 1984 film debut, the cerebral Tarzan movie ``Greystoke,'' hired Glenn Close to redub all of her dialogue.
23 May: The WHO voices deep concern about the potential spread of the virus which it redubs the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus.
Soon, though, the ultra-innocent Mouse, whom Paulie encouragingly redubs ``Mary Brave,'' discovers that her two new friends are more than just friends.
PHOTO (1) Pacific Bell's most recent edition redubs theValley's telephone exchange area.
October 2003: AOL TW redubs itself Time Warner, changing struggling A0L from parent to subsid.