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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′-sync`

or lip′-synch`,


v.t.
1. to synchronize (recorded sound) with lip movements, as of an actor in a film.
2. to match lip movements with (recorded speech or singing).
v.i.
3. to synchronize or match lip movements and recorded sound.
[1960–65]

lip-sync


Past participle: lip-synced
Gerund: lip-syncing

Imperative
lip-sync
lip-sync
Present
I lip-sync
you lip-sync
he/she/it lip-syncs
we lip-sync
you lip-sync
they lip-sync
Preterite
I lip-synced
you lip-synced
he/she/it lip-synced
we lip-synced
you lip-synced
they lip-synced
Present Continuous
I am lip-syncing
you are lip-syncing
he/she/it is lip-syncing
we are lip-syncing
you are lip-syncing
they are lip-syncing
Present Perfect
I have lip-synced
you have lip-synced
he/she/it has lip-synced
we have lip-synced
you have lip-synced
they have lip-synced
Past Continuous
I was lip-syncing
you were lip-syncing
he/she/it was lip-syncing
we were lip-syncing
you were lip-syncing
they were lip-syncing
Past Perfect
I had lip-synced
you had lip-synced
he/she/it had lip-synced
we had lip-synced
you had lip-synced
they had lip-synced
Future
I will lip-sync
you will lip-sync
he/she/it will lip-sync
we will lip-sync
you will lip-sync
they will lip-sync
Future Perfect
I will have lip-synced
you will have lip-synced
he/she/it will have lip-synced
we will have lip-synced
you will have lip-synced
they will have lip-synced
Future Continuous
I will be lip-syncing
you will be lip-syncing
he/she/it will be lip-syncing
we will be lip-syncing
you will be lip-syncing
they will be lip-syncing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lip-syncing
you have been lip-syncing
he/she/it has been lip-syncing
we have been lip-syncing
you have been lip-syncing
they have been lip-syncing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lip-syncing
you will have been lip-syncing
he/she/it will have been lip-syncing
we will have been lip-syncing
you will have been lip-syncing
they will have been lip-syncing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lip-syncing
you had been lip-syncing
he/she/it had been lip-syncing
we had been lip-syncing
you had been lip-syncing
they had been lip-syncing
Conditional
I would lip-sync
you would lip-sync
he/she/it would lip-sync
we would lip-sync
you would lip-sync
they would lip-sync
Past Conditional
I would have lip-synced
you would have lip-synced
he/she/it would have lip-synced
we would have lip-synced
you would have lip-synced
they would have lip-synced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.lip-sync - 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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