segue into (something)

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segue into (something)

To transition or lead smoothly into a new state, condition, topic, section, idea, etc. The professor used the anecdote to segue into the next portion of her lecture. The scene segues into a moving musical number between the two characters.
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segue into something

to make a smooth transition into something. (From filmmaking and broadcasting. Rhymes with egg - day.) At this point in the script, you should segue into the next scene. Don't segue here, this is where a commercial goes.
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Kwok joined PMKBNC inJanuary 2017as Vice President to lead the communications business for client Samsung Mobile, before segueing into her role as account lead on the long-running Activision business, which includes major franchises such as Call of Duty, Crash Bandicoot, and Spyro the Dragon.
The opener "Hello Happiness" sets the stage for the perfectly trim, seven-song album with an airy opening segueing into a purring funk bassline that recalls Khan's intoxicating '70s output with funk/disco heroes Rufus.
Ito also covers extra-tine and hard-tipped felt pens, segueing into flexible soft tips.
Pull away, and progress is satisfyingly swift, with that dangerous purr from the exhaust segueing into a lusty snarl.
"How very dare you?" he asked, imitating Catherine Tate before segueing into the Two Ronnies with "It's goodnight from me ...
It even adds a nice touch by segueing into a bluesy piano ending.
Rather than dismantle an entire understanding of the 'so-called Dark Continent', commentators proposed that they must have been produced by visiting Portuguese artists, or influenced by ancient Egyptians, or perhaps they were the remnants of the Lost City of Atlantis or, more perniciously, that they were evidence African races had 'degenerated' (neatly segueing into Britain's 'civilising mission that cloaked the more ugly impulses of colonialism).
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More than triple the distance (52.2km), this stage sees riders getting fast and loose, with the Lefkara centre start segueing into a gruelling climb up to the peak of Macheras (a total ascent of 2,000 metres-plus is listed!) before riders tackle a breakneck single-track trail back down to the village.
His cadenza, too, was stunning, beginning pensively, then building to a climax of angry defiance before segueing into a finale which Mirga and the CBSO almost took over, with sniggering woodwind, chugging strings, and a typical Shostakovich ending that abruptly said, "That's enough." It wasn't though, and we had an encore (Nocturne from the Gadfly Suite), Shostakovich in lush audience-appealing mode, breathtakingly poised and lovely to hear - but quite unnecessary.
With the question 'is Trump resigning' segueing into 'when is Trump resigning,' many are hedging their bets on the U.S.
She states, So it was a cleansing ritual, but also a bonding ritual because part of saying this is us is pointing to someone and saying you are not one of us, Musk said, Which has a way of segueing into oh and, by the way, its all your fault.
He realises he's doomed to a torturous eternity in Punxsutawney and turns to debauchery and crime - before segueing into world-weary melancholy, followed by eventual redemption.
The novel ends with a dramatic climax neatly segueing into the next volume.
I'm thrilled to have someone of John's caliber and experience segueing into this very critical position for Hubbard Radio-Chicago."