sound bite a short extract from a recorded interview, chosen for its pungency or aptness, or a one-liner deliberately produced to be used in this way. Use of the technique and the term, first recorded in the 1980s, has steadily increased, with the US presidential campaigns of 1988 and 1992 making great use of the sound bite to carry their messages to the public.
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