voice-over

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voice +‎ over

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voice-over ‎(plural voice-overs)

  1. A TV broadcast etc., in which pictures are accompanied by the voice of an unseen actor or reporter.
  2. The voice audio track of such a broadcast.

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Verb[edit]

voice-over ‎(third-person singular simple present voice-overs, present participle voice-overing, simple past and past participle voice-overed)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) To supply the voice audio track for (a broadcast).