mashup


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mash-up

or mash·up (măsh′ŭp′)
n.
An audio or video recording that is a composite of samples from other recordings.

mashup

(ˈmæʃʌp)
n
1. (Pop Music) a piece of recorded or live music in which a producer or DJ blends together two or more tracks, often of contrasting genres
2. (Computer Science) a hybrid website that collates and displays information taken from various other online sources
[C20: from mash blend + up]
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