Definition of dubplate in English:

dubplate

Syllabification: dub·plate
Pronunciation: /ˈdubplāt/

noun

An acetate recording disk, typically one featuring a dub version of a reggae song that is not yet on general release: the hottest tunes could be heard on dubplates prior to their official release
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  • The skin could have an oily substance like tallow (animal fat), egg yolk or dubbin, which is a mixture of fish oil and tallow.
  • Treat your boots with leather oil or dubbin if you want to keep them supple.
  • The animal fat was used both for cooking and to make tallow for lamps and dubbin.

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