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noun [countable] mashup pronunciation in British English /ˈmæʃˌʌp/

or mash-up mashup pronunciation in British English

  1. 2
    a piece of recorded music created by combining two or more pieces of recorded music, usually by adding the voice from one recording to the music of another

    The mashup was created by combining Christina Aguilera's vocal from 'Genie in a Bottle' with the backing from the Strokes' 'Hard to Explain'.

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