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Definition of mashup noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

mashup

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NAmE//ˈmæʃʌp//
 
 
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a combination of elements from different sources used to create a new song, video, computer file, program, etc. a video mashup Most mashups are simple remixes that DJs have been doing for decades. It's a new web service that allows people to create mashups of movies, combining scenes from various films. This unnamed alpine-dwelling species of butterfly appears to be a genetic mashup of two known species.
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