soundtrack

[ sound-trak ]
/ ˈsaʊndˌtræk /

noun

the narrow band on one or both sides of a motion-picture film on which sound is recorded.
the sound recorded on a motion-picture film; audio portion of a film.
the music or dialogue from a film available on a commercial recording.

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Origin of soundtrack

First recorded in 1925–30; sound1 + track
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British Dictionary definitions for soundtrack

soundtrack
/ (ˈsaʊndˌtræk) /

noun

the recorded sound accompaniment to a filmCompare commentary (def. 2)
a narrow strip along the side of a spool of film, which carries the sound accompaniment

verb

(tr) to provide a continuous accompaniment of sounds, esp music
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