A rub is a difficulty.
The origin is unknown and it is most known for Shakespeare's use of it in Hamlet....
"To sleep: perchance to dream: ay there's the rub; for in that sleep of death what dreams may come when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause;"
In Shakespeare's time a rub was an area of rough, or uneven ground, one might encounter while attempting to play a game of bowls (a popular game in the Elizabethan era, as the famous account of Sir Francis Drake's game of bowls confirms).
A rub was a problematic patch of turf that would sabotage or deflect ones attempt to roll the bowl with accuracy. Thus in Shakespeare's usage in Hamlet's soliloquy it means, the centre or source of the problem, that knotty or disagreeable fact or reality, that makes a problem a problem.
In the speech Hamlet is contemplating suicide. And he is inclined to take his own life, due to the sleep -- the eternal rest from his suffering -- that doing so would grant him. But what "dreams" will come to him in such a sleep? i.e. Might there be an afterlife that will have to be encountered if he kills himself, and if so, what is its character?
The thought of this possibility stays his hand from taking his life, it is the source of the problem that is preventing him from going down a route his will initially wanted to take him. Hence, "ay there's the rub."
'Heres' is not a word in Spanish. 'Eres' means 'you are'.
"To rub one out", it means to masturbate.
heres the interesting and surprising part
Rub it in means to flaunt something about or point out a mistake or brag. (example: haha i won the contest! way to rub it in.)
It means "red."
If you mean RUB, as in the initials in the locket or the 6th movie then it is Regulus Black, Sirius's brother.
'Rub Al Khali' is the Arabic term for 'The Empty Quarter'.
To stroke or rub; something or someone
rub a hot boys feet
When it hurts, you can rub it gently with you hand. But, this question isn't really detailed and it's not too easy to answer... If you mean brush it accidentally against the wall or something, then it would be a bit painful in opinion. If you mean rub it when it hurts like if you have scraped it, you can rub it, it would be fine... I couldn't really understand, but I hope it does.
Rub elbows with someone: to be in the same place with others; to associate with people
A "rub" is an abnormal heart sound caused by the heart beating against an inflamed pericardium or pleura.
heres just a tip....go on dictionary.com and search that word up
Your teeth are squeaky clean.
it means they b cleanski
rastafarians you mean.Heres a link to more info:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rastafari_movement:3
Did you mean endure if so heres the answer- I cannot endure your insults any longer.
No all females do it.
break down; rub away over time
Heres a sentence! Heres a second sentence heres a third sentence
"Therein lies the rub" indicates that you have identified the root cause of the irritation. "That's what really ticks me off" is another way of putting it.
superlatives means that its not just good its the best. Heres an example good, great, best.