sound·track / ˈsoun(d)ˌtrak/ • n. a recording of the musical accompaniment to a movie: she has requested a collaboration for the soundtrack to her forthcoming movie. ∎ a strip on the edge of a film on which the sound component is recorded.• v. [tr.] provide (a movie) with a soundtrack: it is soundtracked by the great Ennio Morricone.
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