to continue at once with the next musical section or composition (often used as a musical direction).
to perform in the manner of the preceding section (used as a musical direction).
to make a transition from one thing to another smoothly and without interruption: The conversation segued from travel anecdotes to food.
an uninterrupted transition made between one musical section or composition and another.
any smooth, uninterrupted transition from one thing to another.
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How to use segue in a sentence
Getting your body used to less-complex games first is a great segue into highly realistic graphics and fast camera movements.Video games can cause motion sickness—here’s how to fight it | Sandra Gutierrez G. | February 2, 2021 | Popular-Science
Such parent-initiated conversations aren’t always met with enthusiasm by teenagers, but they might provide a segue to the broader topic of sexuality.Teen romance in the age of covid: What parents need to know | Elizabeth Heubeck | January 6, 2021 | Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for segue
(often foll by into) to proceed from one section or piece of music to another without a break
(imperative) play on without pause: a musical direction
the practice or an instance of playing music in this way
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