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EtymologyEdit

re- +‎ mix

PronunciationEdit

  • (US) (as a noun) IPA(key): /ˈɹiˌmɪks/
  • (US) (as a verb)   IPA(key): /ɹiˈmɪks/

NounEdit

remix (plural remixes)

 
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  1. (music) A rearrangement of an older piece of music, possibly including various cosmetic changes.
  2. (music) A piece of music formed by combining existing pieces of music together, possibly including various other cosmetic changes

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VerbEdit

remix (third-person singular simple present remixes, present participle remixing, simple past and past participle remixed)

  1. (transitive) To mix again.
    • 1955, Farmers' Bulletin (issue 1807, page 20)
      Overhauling serves to remix the brine and to shift the meat so that all pieces will be exposed to the brine.
  2. (music, intransitive) To create a remix.
  3. (music, transitive) To rearrange or radically alter (a particular piece of music).
  4. (transitive) To modify (a work in any medium).
    • 2010, Scott Beattie, ‎Tonia Walden, The Law Workbook (page 102)
      It is essential that we maintain focus on originality as an ethical issue. A broader idea of creativity does not mean that 'anything goes' and sometimes attempts to reuse or remix the work of others becomes an ethical, even a legal, problem []

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EtymologyEdit

From English remix.

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NounEdit

remix m (plural remix or remixes)

  1. (music) remix

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NounEdit

remix m (plural remixes)

  1. (music) remix (piece of music formed by combining existing pieces of music together)

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NounEdit

remix m (plural remixes)

  1. remix