lip-synch


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lip-synch

also lip-sync (lĭp′sĭngk′)
v. lip-synched, lip-synch·ing, lip-synchs also lip-synced or lip-sync·ing or lip-syncs
v.intr.
To move the lips in synchronization with recorded speech or song.
v.tr.
To move the lips in synchronization with (recorded speech or song): She lip-synched the songs for the movie.

lip-synch

(ˈlɪpˌsɪŋk) or

lip-sync

vb
(Broadcasting) to mouth (prerecorded words) on television or film

lip-synch


Past participle: lip-synched
Gerund: lip-synching

Imperative
lip-synch
lip-synch
Present
I lip-synch
you lip-synch
he/she/it lip-synchs
we lip-synch
you lip-synch
they lip-synch
Preterite
I lip-synched
you lip-synched
he/she/it lip-synched
we lip-synched
you lip-synched
they lip-synched
Present Continuous
I am lip-synching
you are lip-synching
he/she/it is lip-synching
we are lip-synching
you are lip-synching
they are lip-synching
Present Perfect
I have lip-synched
you have lip-synched
he/she/it has lip-synched
we have lip-synched
you have lip-synched
they have lip-synched
Past Continuous
I was lip-synching
you were lip-synching
he/she/it was lip-synching
we were lip-synching
you were lip-synching
they were lip-synching
Past Perfect
I had lip-synched
you had lip-synched
he/she/it had lip-synched
we had lip-synched
you had lip-synched
they had lip-synched
Future
I will lip-synch
you will lip-synch
he/she/it will lip-synch
we will lip-synch
you will lip-synch
they will lip-synch
Future Perfect
I will have lip-synched
you will have lip-synched
he/she/it will have lip-synched
we will have lip-synched
you will have lip-synched
they will have lip-synched
Future Continuous
I will be lip-synching
you will be lip-synching
he/she/it will be lip-synching
we will be lip-synching
you will be lip-synching
they will be lip-synching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lip-synching
you have been lip-synching
he/she/it has been lip-synching
we have been lip-synching
you have been lip-synching
they have been lip-synching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lip-synching
you will have been lip-synching
he/she/it will have been lip-synching
we will have been lip-synching
you will have been lip-synching
they will have been lip-synching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lip-synching
you had been lip-synching
he/she/it had been lip-synching
we had been lip-synching
you had been lip-synching
they had been lip-synching
Conditional
I would lip-synch
you would lip-synch
he/she/it would lip-synch
we would lip-synch
you would lip-synch
they would lip-synch
Past Conditional
I would have lip-synched
you would have lip-synched
he/she/it would have lip-synched
we would have lip-synched
you would have lip-synched
they would have lip-synched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.lip-synch - move the lips in synchronization (with recorded speech or song)
mouth - articulate silently; form words with the lips only; "She mouthed a swear word"
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For years now, we've been railing against the occasional practice of lazy singers to lip-synch their way through a vocal performance on TV or in live shows.
For months if we went out in the car we would lip-synch to the song as a 'joke' but Angela didn't realise it was really me rehearsing," said Mark.
The 44-year-old did definitely perform a live a-cappella intro but seemed to lip-synch to a backing track once the music kicked in.
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She will act, but the singing will be from one of her old recordings and she will lip-synch the words.
org), that will now allow not-so-musically talented priests to lip-synch to a beautiful rendition of the sung liturgy.
At one point in the interview, DeMarcus crouched down behind LeVox and spoke like a bad ventriloquist, promising to never lip-synch at any awards show again; all the while LeVox was moving his lips out of time.
When the 44-year-old singer performed her latest 'I Luh Ya Papi' on the show, the cappella intro looked like it was actually sung by the star, but once the music started, she seemed to lip-synch, the Mirror reported.
He said: 'It was a bit unfair on Madonna, because lots of people lip-synch worse.
Her US spokeswoman said: "Madonna does not lip-synch nor does she spend her time trashing other artists.
While some have implored her not to lip-synch on her 2004 tour, they've been shouted down in chat rooms and on fan sites by others who prefer the fakery.
You could've just lip-synch that s--t like BeyoncA[c] did at the inauguration