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Date: 1700-1800
Language: Italian
Origin: 'there follows', from seguire 'to follow'

segue

verb
     
seg‧ue past tense and past participle segued, present participle segueing [intransitive]
to move smoothly from one song, idea, activity, condition etc to another
segue into/from
The conversation segued into banter about the Cup Final.
segue noun [countable]

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