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enchaînement

[ French ahn-shen-mahn ]
/ French ɑ̃ ʃɛnˈmɑ̃ /
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noun, plural en·chaîne·ments [French ahn-shen-mahn]. /French ɑ̃ ʃɛnˈmɑ̃/. Ballet.
a series of steps constituting a phrase.
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Origin of enchaînement

From French, dating back to 1820–30; see origin at enchain, -ment
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