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verb intr.: To make a smooth transition from one section or topic to another, in conversation, music, film. etc.
noun: A smooth transition from one section or topic to another.
From Italian segue (there follows), third-person singular present of seguire (to follow), from Latin sequi (to follow). Ultimately from the Indo-European root sekw- (to follow), which also gave us sect, sequel, sue, suit, suite, execute, and society. Earliest documented use: 1740.
“Mum had this remarkable ability to segue from handball to Mark Twain.”
Robyn Doreian; What I Know About Women; Sun Herald (Sydney, Australia); Mar 11, 2018.
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