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1sub/ˈsʌb/noun
pluralsubs
1sub
/ˈsʌb/
noun
pluralsubs
Learner's definition of SUB  
[count]informal
: someone who does the job of another person when that person is not able to do it
British 
— compare 3sub
2sub/ˈsʌb/verb
subssubbedsubbing
2sub
/ˈsʌb/
verb
subssubbedsubbing
Learner's definition of SUB  
: to take the place of another person: to act as a substitute
[no object]
[+ object]chiefly British
— usually used as (be/get) subbed
[+ object] 
3sub/ˈsʌb/noun
pluralsubs
3sub
/ˈsʌb/
noun
pluralsubs
Learner's definition of SUB  
[count]informal
— compare 1sub
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