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cover version

n.
A recording or performance of a song that was previously recorded or made popular by another. Also called cover song.

cover version

n
(Pop Music) another name for cover34

cov′er ver`sion


n.
a recording of a song by a performer or group other than the original performer or composer.
[1965–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cover version - a recording of a song that was first recorded or made popular by somebody else; "they made a cover of a Beatles' song"
recording - a storage device on which information (sounds or images) have been recorded
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cover version

n (Mus) → Coverversion f
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