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epeisodion

[ ep-ahy-soh-dee-on ]
/ ˌɛp aɪˈsoʊ diˌɒn /
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noun, plural ep·ei·so·di·a [ep-ahy-soh-dee-uh]. /ˌɛp aɪˈsoʊ di ə/.

(in ancient Greek drama) an interlude or section alternating with the stasimon, especially in tragedy, varying in number from three to six and containing the main action of the drama.

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Origin of epeisodion

<Greek epeisódion;see episode
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