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sepmag

/ (ˈsɛpˌmæɡ) /
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adjective
designating a film or television programme for which the sound is recorded on separate magnetic material and run in synchronism with the picture
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Word Origin for sepmag

C20: from sep (arate) + mag (netic)
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