See also: sound track

English edit

 soundtrack on Wikipedia

Etymology edit

sound +‎ track

Noun edit

soundtrack (plural soundtracks)

  1. A narrow strip running down a movie film that carries the recorded sound in synchronization with the pictures.
  2. The sound (especially the music) component of a movie, video game, etc.
  3. A recording of such music for sale.
  4. Background sounds that are part of a bigger event.
    • August 16 2014, Daniel Taylor, "Swansea upstage Manchester United in Louis van Gaal’s Premier League bow," guardian.co.uk:
      There was a startling lack of creativity and if Van Gaal had listened closely he would have made out the mocking chants from the away end, as the visiting fans embarked on the repertoire of songs that formed the soundtrack to David Moyes’s time in the job.

Translations edit

Verb edit

soundtrack (third-person singular simple present soundtracks, present participle soundtracking, simple past and past participle soundtracked)

  1. To provide, or to act as the sound or music component of a film
    • 2023 December 6, Sam Lansky, “Person of Year 2023 : Taylor Swift”, in Time[1]:
      The world, in turn, watched, clicked, cried, danced, sang along, swooned, caravanned to stadiums and movie theaters, let her work soundtrack their lives.

Polish edit

 
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Etymology edit

Unadapted borrowing from English soundtrack.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

soundtrack m inan

  1. (film, gaming, music, television, theater) soundtrack (narrow strip running down a movie film that carries the recorded sound in synchronization with the pictures)
    Synonym: ścieżka dźwiękowa
  2. (film, gaming, music, television, theater) soundtrack (the sound (especially the music) component of a movie)
    Synonym: ścieżka dźwiękowa
  3. (film, gaming, music, television, theater) soundtrack (recording of such music for sale)
    Synonym: ścieżka dźwiękowa

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Further reading edit

  • soundtrack in Wielki słownik języka polskiego, Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN
  • soundtrack in Polish dictionaries at PWN

Spanish edit

Noun edit

soundtrack m (plural soundtracks)

  1. soundtrack