I would have said Lift-off, Mixdown and Layback...
When a TV programme was edited (on tape) the editor would put all the sync audio ingredients on the 4 tracks available on betacam SP/digibeta or 1" videotape, without doing any transitions or level balancing.
After the edit this audio would have been 'lifted off' onto something like an AudioFile hard disk recorder suite (before that onto a 24-track 2" tape recorder or 1/4" tape). The picture would have been dubbed (copied) to a low-end video recorder - usually a U-Matic 3/4" machine - with Timecode recorded onto one audio track.
In the post-production audio suite the sound mixer (person) would use the sound mixer (desk) to get a full-mixed sound track, watching the time-code locked replay of the video from the U-Matic, and the desk would record all the fader movement etc. This would be done stop/start, a bit at a time.
Then all the audio ingredients would be played in real-time and the desk's automation would do a replay of the mixed audio - the 'mixdown'. This would be routed out of the audio suite into a video edit suite where the mixed audio would be 'layed back' in sync (via locked timecode) onto the original edited video tape - thus not losing a generation by copying the video again at this stage.
Of course after you've pulled you may prefer to Laydown on the bed - and get on with it. The afterwards Layback for a p-c fag...