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dub-dub

dub-dub
 n.— «Thus when a slot was opened at Alabang where he was a dub-dub (or server in Friday’s lingo), he grabbed the opportunity.» —“Minding the (bar) business” INQ7.net (Makati City, Philippines) May 22, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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