[lip-singk] /ˈlɪpˌsɪŋk/ Movies, Television.
verb (used with or without object)
to synchronize (recorded sound) with lip movements, as of an actor in a film.
to match lip movements with (recorded speech or singing):
She did a clumsy job of lip-syncing her big song.
the technical process by which this is done.
the simultaneous recording of voice and picture, especially the synchronization of lip movements with recorded sound.
to mouth (prerecorded words) on television or film
To move the lips silently in synchronism with recorded singing or speaking, to give the illusion of actual performance: Having taped his lines before the show, he lip-synched his pronouncements/ staying home with her sister lip synching to Leon Russell records (late 1950s+)
[lip-tuh n] /ˈlɪp tən/ noun 1. Seymour, 1903–1986, U.S. sculptor. 2. Sir Thomas Johnstone [jon-stuh n,, -suh n] /ˈdʒɒn stən,, -sən/ (Show IPA), 1850–1931, Scottish merchant and yacht racer.
/lɪˈpjʊərɪə/ noun 1. (pathol) the presence of fat in the urine lipuria li·pu·ri·a (lĭ-pur’ē-ə, -pyur’-) n. Excretion of fat in the urine. Also called adiposuria. li·pu’ric adj.
1. . 2. . 3. (in prescriptions) solution.
[lahy-kweyt] /ˈlaɪ kweɪt/ Metallurgy verb (used with object), liquated, liquating. 1. to heat (an alloy or mixture) sufficiently to melt the more fusible matter and thus to separate it from the rest, as in the refining of tin. verb (used without object), liquated, liquating. 2. to become separated by such a fusion (often followed by […]