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    bub Amer. - Kumpel (?)

    Examples/ definitions with source references
    bub Pronunciation (bb)
    n. Slang
    Used as a term of familiar address, especially for a man or boy: See you around, bub.

    aus http://www.thefreedictionary.com/bub
    Comment
    Habe diesen Ausdruck im amerik. Original des Films "Sideways" zum ersten Mal gehört und nicht bei leo
    gefunden. Deshalb mein obiger Vorschlag.
    Authorstrabo27 Jan 07, 21:28
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    bub

    Amer. -

    Kamerad, Kumpel



    Comment
    Vielleicht noch als Hinweis zur deutschen Übersetzung (also Kumpel):

    Main Entry: bub
    Pronunciation: 'b&b
    Function: noun
    Etymology: probably short for bubby little boy
    : FELLOW, BUDDY -- used in informal address

    aus http://m-w.com/dictionary/bub
    #1Authorstrabo28 Jan 07, 22:46
    Suggestions

    bub

    -

    Champagner



    Context/ examples
    in dem Song von 50 cents wird dieser Begriff im Kontext gebraucht "bottle" full of bub"

    Comment
    #2Authorsdubbelmann05 Mar 08, 12:33
    Comment
    > bub - Champagner
    > in dem Song von 50 cents wird dieser Begriff im Kontext gebraucht "bottle" full of bub"

    ich tippe hierbei mal auf eine abkürzung von "bubbly (drink/wine/...)". hat also mit dem oben vorgeschlagenen begriff "bub"="kumpel" nichts zu tun.

    übrigens stimmt das TAHDOTEL mit dem o.g. vorschlag überein:

    http://www.bartleby.com/61/20/B0522000.html

    "Slang Used as a term of familiar address, especially for a man or boy: See you around, bub.

    ETYMOLOGY:Probably alteration and shortening of brother."
    #3Authorwolfy08 Dec 08, 21:27
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    bub

    -

    kumpel



    Comment
    Wird von Kanadiern benutzt - in etwa so wie "pal". Kumpel passt also schon (kann aber auch champagner heissen ;-))
    #4AuthorPhilipp14 Jun 09, 19:41
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    bub

    -

    männliches Baby, Junge



    Context/ examples
    "...Steve’s partner gave birth to a healthy boy a week or so back. Mum and bub are in tip top condition..."
    http://www.ausmotive.com/2008/11/16/drive-thr...
    Comment
    Offensichtlich in Australien gängig für ein männliches Baby!?
    #5AuthorUli29 Oct 10, 21:45
    Comment
    Offensichtlich in Australien gängig für ein männliches Baby!?

    Im süddeutschen Raum auch. So ein Zufall.
    Dictionary: Bub
    scnr ;-)
    #6AuthorCalifornia81 (642214) 31 Oct 10, 23:01
    Comment
    Kann Uli's Artikel nur bestätigen:

    Barely eight hours after his birth at 2.59am, the bub was too tired to notice the
    attention being lavished on him as the first baby born on Australia Day
    (gefunden in: ILLAWARRA MERCURY, Thursday January 27, 2011)
    #7AuthorGerhard01 Feb 11, 09:51
    Comment
    @5-7

    Not just for male babies. A bub (AusE) is an infant, but it is also a fairly common "Kosename" for the youngest child in a family. Adult Bubs I have met were more often women. There was also an Australian film a couple of years ago - "Bad Boy Bubby".
    #8AuthorEverytime (425100) 01 Feb 11, 12:43
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    bub

    Aust. -

    Baby



    Comment
    I second answer #5-#8. We just got baby clothes from Australia and was puzzled about that expression.

    "Bonds Zip Wondersuit(r), a stable for every bub."


    But still the word stable in the context is confusing. Guess it stands for "romper suit" as it is one.
    #9AuthorSonne_auf_mein_Haupt (5404) 19 Apr 15, 15:35
    Comment
    a staple for every bub?
    ict.leo.org/ende/index_en.html#/search=staple&searchLoc=0&resultOrder=basic&multiwordShowSingle=on
    Hauptware/Stapelware?
    #10AuthorAmy-MiMi (236989) 19 Apr 15, 15:58
    Comment
    staple. standard o.ä.
    #11Authorher man (774377) 21 Apr 15, 16:21
    Comment
    yes, staple is correct. I copied from a cloths tag without CRTL-C CRTL-V ;-)
    #12AuthorSonne_auf_mein_Haupt (5404) 21 Apr 15, 17:47
     
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