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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Television & radio
voice-overˈvoice-over noun [countable]  AMTinformation or remarks that are spoken on a television programme or film by someone who is not seen on the screen
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voice-overThe death of a giant, -intones a voice-over.The ad is thought to follow the theme of past press advertising, with a celebrity voice-over.Two disc jockeys would compete with each other in the clubs, taking turns to do their voice-over on the discs.
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