beatboxing

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beat·box·ing

 (bēt′bŏk′sĭng)
n.
A style of vocal percussion associated with hip-hop in which sounds produced in the vocal tract are used to create funk rhythms.

[From beatbox, from a notion likening a vocal percussionist to a drum machine.]
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beatboxing

(ˈbiːtˌbɒksɪŋ)
n
a form of hip-hop music in which the voice is used to simulate percussion instruments
ˈbeatˌboxer n
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