voice over

voice-over

[vois-oh-ver]
noun Movies, Television.
1.
the voice of an offscreen narrator, announcer, or the like.
2.
a televised sequence, as in a commercial, using such a voice.
3.
any offscreen voice, as that of a character in a narrative.

Origin:
1945–50

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voice-over
 
n
the voice of an unseen commentator heard during a film, television programme, etc

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