Definition of vox in English:

vox

Syllabification: vox
Pronunciation: /väks
 
/

noun

(Especially in music journalism) vocals; voice: the barely-there falsetto vox
More example sentences
  • I really like the processing on the vox in the very beginning, too.
  • Regardless of the obnoxious vox, The Rapture rocked OK.
  • Faithfull is entitled to such a vox, one of pure European decadence.

Origin

1980s: shortened from vocals, probably after Latin vox 'voice'.

Derivatives

-voxed

adjective

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