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  1. mash-up
    IPA[ˈmaSHˌəp]
  2. noun

    • 1. a mixture or fusion of disparate elements:

      the movie becomes a weird mash-up of 1950s western and 1970s TV cop show
    • 2. a recording created by digitally combining and synchronizing instrumental tracks with vocal tracks from two or more different songs:

      a classic dancefloor mash-up
    • 3. a web page or application created by combining data or functionality from different sources:

      a mash-up that mixes CNN news with links to Wikipedia articles
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: mash-up, plural noun: mash-ups

    • noun

      a mixture or fusion of disparate elements:

      a musical track comprising the vocals of one recording placed over the instrumental backing of another:

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