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sub in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubsub1 /sʌb/ noun [countable] informal 🔊 🔊 1 PMNTTWa submarine2 DSa substitute in sports such as football3 TCNa subscription4 British EnglishBEC part of your wages that you receive earlier than usual because you need money syn advance5 American EnglishDF a long bread roll, split open and filled with meat, cheese etc6 American EnglishSE a substitute teacher7 British EnglishTCN a sub-editor
Examples from the Corpus
subThe annual sub will vary between £200 for men and £65 for juveniles, but entrance fees have been waived for the time being.But the real workhorse of the Galapagos operation was the tiny sub called the Alvin.