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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SKYFALL (ITV2, Wednesday, 8pm) THE best 007 movie in decades, it starts on an (all-time) high with a brilliantly orchestrated chase, segues into Adele's Oscarwinning chase, segues Premium |Bond: Daniel Craig as 007 theme and the opening titles, and continues to amaze until the moving nale.
Little Elephant's Trunk is a timeless book that readers will want to return to not only for its beauty, but also for its informative segues into geography and natural science.
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From there the chapter segues into a bit of academic research about the nature of playlists, followed by the humiliation Levy suffered when he traded playlists with a newfound acquaintance.
Rapidly rising at the intersection of Power Street and Manhattan Avenue, the new condominium, ARIA, will soon establish a distinctly modernist presence through unusual undulating angles, oversized glass windows and a dramatic entranceway in the shape of the letter "A" that segues into an exciting lobby designed by Andres Escobar with renowned art consulting firm, Novo Arts.
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The improvements should, several suggest, continue for the second half of this year, as the typically slow summer season segues into a more robust fall.
The fact that a character exits a door in Long Beach and emerges at a location thirty miles away doesn't really "denigrate" Los Angeles as a city; yet in Andersen's mind, the exigencies of location shooting are cause for considerable indignation and, frankly, an unmerited elegiac tone that readily segues into whining.
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as a traditional intermediate-level pointe class segues into forty minutes of aerobics-inspired classical combinations.
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He traveled to a Senegalese slave fort and eventually wrote and recorded the sociohistorical tune, "Isle De Goree," which seamlessly segues into the socio-economic cut "Reparations." His point is anything but subtle.
Ireland segues into television from GE Plastics, where he's served as vice president and chief financial officer for almost three years.