Last modified on 31 August 2014, at 04:41

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NounEdit

gub (plural gubs)

  1. (Scotland slang) Mouth.
    • 1994, "The acid House", Irvine Welsh, in Eurotrash:
      "...fucked-up Yank who's too screwed up to lift a forkful of scran into her gub?"
    • 2001, Christopher Brookmyre, Quite ugly one morning‎, page 147:
      Except that the deal's off if some wee scrote of a doctor opens his gub.
    • 2008, Mark McNay, , page 55:
      Between stuffin his gub and swallowin he didnay have much breath for talkin but he managed that as well.

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gub (third-person singular simple present gubs, present participle gubbing, simple past and past participle gubbed)

  1. (slang) To defeat.
    We just got gubbed 5-1.

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gub

  1. rafsi of gubni.