Definition of dubstep in English:

dubstep

Syllabification: dub·step
Pronunciation: /ˈdəbstep
 
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noun

A form of dance music, typically instrumental, characterized by a sparse, syncopated rhythm and a strong bassline.
More example sentences
  • In grime, people listen for what the MCs are saying, in dubstep people listen for the production.
  • In the year dubstep hit the mainstream the innovators rewrote the script.
  • They're both dark types of garage, but the music runs dubstep, not the MCs.

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