sound effect Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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sound effectnoun [C usually plural]

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in a ​radio or ​televisionprogramme or a ​film, one of the ​sounds other than ​speech or ​music that are ​added to make it ​seem more ​exciting or ​real
(Definition of sound effect from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sound effect”
in Chinese (Simplified) 音响效果…
in Chinese (Traditional) 音響效果…
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