lip-sync


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lip-sync

[′lip ‚siŋk]
(communications)
Synchronization of sound and motion picture so that facial movements of speech coincide with the sounds.
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Following her lip-sync snafu last New Year's Eve, Mariah Carey has been trolled again, this time by the San Antonio Spurs.
So is the technique of the film, whose characters crudely lip-sync their numbers to lush recorded tracks.
Because, that Saturday, the lip-sync tilt inexplicably made sports stars Alvin Patrimonio and Jerry Codinera compete.
The models probably cannot sing like Beyonce nor can they lip-sync like her.
Everyone got high marks on point of energy and fun froth and frolic-but, as the show unfolded, the feeling slowly sank in that lip-sync square-off because the concept could basically be self-limiting.
Madonna, though, did lip-sync perfectly in time, which is much easier said than done.