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se·gue / ˈsegwā; ˈsā-/ • v. (se·gues , se·gued / ˈsegwād; ˈsā-/ , se·gue·ing / ˈsegwā-ing; ˈsā-/ ) [intr.] (in music and film) move without interruption from one song, melody, or scene to another: allowing one song to segue into the next. • n. an uninterrupted transition from one piece of music or film scene to another.

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segue (It.). It follows. Direction that next section is to follow without a break.

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