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seg

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segue

noun
  1. Transition from one piece of music, record, etc, to the next without an obvious break (1937+ Musicians)
  2. A sequel; something that follows or follows up (1970s+ College students)
verb
  1. To make a ''segue'': Then they segued to ''Body and Soul'' (1958+ Musicians)
  2. To go smoothly from one thing to another: His features seg rapidly from fascination to fear (1972+)

[fr Italian, ''now follows,'' an instruction on musical scores, found by 1740]


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