Definitions for "Voice-Over"
refers to an individual's voice being heard in a television commercial without the person being seen on camera; also known as an off-screen announcer and as off-camera. Considerably less expensive than if the individual appears on camera.
Recorded offscreen voice heard on a television or radio commercial.
Voice heard while an image is projected but not being spoken in sync with one of the characters appearing on screen. Used to suggest a character's thoughts or recall of something said earlier, or to provide objective (extra-diegetic) narrative or commentary.