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elevator music

  (American)
pleasant but boring recorded music that is played in public places You can't get away from elevator music in some shopping malls.
See also: music

elevator music

n. dull, uninteresting music of the type that can be heard in elevators or shops. (see also ear candy.) Elevator music is better than listening to someone chewing food.
See also: music
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