segue

(redirected from segued)
Also found in: Thesaurus.

se·gue

 (sĕg′wā′, sā′gwā′)
intr.v. se·gued, se·gue·ing, se·gues
1. Music To make a transition directly from one section or theme to another.
2. To move smoothly and unhesitatingly from one state, condition, situation, or element to another: "Daylight segued into dusk" (Susan Dworski).
n.
An act or instance of segueing.

[From Italian, there follows, third-person sing. present tense of seguire, to follow, from Vulgar Latin *sequere, from Latin sequī; see sekw- in Indo-European roots.]

segue

(ˈsɛɡweɪ)
vb (intr) , segues, segueing or segued
1. (Music, other) (often foll by into) to proceed from one section or piece of music to another without a break
2. (Music, other) (imperative) play on without pause: a musical direction
n
(Music, other) the practice or an instance of playing music in this way
[from Italian: follows, from seguire to follow, from Latin sequī]

se•gue

(ˈseɪ gweɪ, ˈsɛg weɪ)

v. -gued, -gue•ing,
n. v.i.
1. to continue at once with the next musical section (used as a musical direction).
2. to perform in the manner of the preceding section (used as a musical direction).
3. to make a smooth transition from one item or topic to another.
n.
4. an uninterrupted transition made between one musical section or composition and another.
[1850–55; < Italian: (it) follows, 3rd pers. singular present indic. of seguire « Latin sequī to follow. compare sue]

segue


Past participle: segued
Gerund: segueing

Imperative
segue
segue
Present
I segue
you segue
he/she/it segues
we segue
you segue
they segue
Preterite
I segued
you segued
he/she/it segued
we segued
you segued
they segued
Present Continuous
I am segueing
you are segueing
he/she/it is segueing
we are segueing
you are segueing
they are segueing
Present Perfect
I have segued
you have segued
he/she/it has segued
we have segued
you have segued
they have segued
Past Continuous
I was segueing
you were segueing
he/she/it was segueing
we were segueing
you were segueing
they were segueing
Past Perfect
I had segued
you had segued
he/she/it had segued
we had segued
you had segued
they had segued
Future
I will segue
you will segue
he/she/it will segue
we will segue
you will segue
they will segue
Future Perfect
I will have segued
you will have segued
he/she/it will have segued
we will have segued
you will have segued
they will have segued
Future Continuous
I will be segueing
you will be segueing
he/she/it will be segueing
we will be segueing
you will be segueing
they will be segueing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been segueing
you have been segueing
he/she/it has been segueing
we have been segueing
you have been segueing
they have been segueing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been segueing
you will have been segueing
he/she/it will have been segueing
we will have been segueing
you will have been segueing
they will have been segueing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been segueing
you had been segueing
he/she/it had been segueing
we had been segueing
you had been segueing
they had been segueing
Conditional
I would segue
you would segue
he/she/it would segue
we would segue
you would segue
they would segue
Past Conditional
I would have segued
you would have segued
he/she/it would have segued
we would have segued
you would have segued
they would have segued

segue

following without a break
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.segue - the act of changing smoothly from one state or situation to another
passage, transition - the act of passing from one state or place to the next
Verb1.segue - proceed without interruption; in music or talk; "He segued into another discourse"
proceed, continue, carry on, go on - continue talking; "I know it's hard," he continued, "but there is no choice"; "carry on--pretend we are not in the room"
Translations

segue

(Mus, fig)
vi to segue from/intoübergehen or überleiten von/in (+acc)
nÜbergang m
References in classic literature ?
I lived here about a year, and completed my studies in divinity; in which time some letters were received from the fathers in Aethiopia, with an account that Sultan Segued, Emperor of Abyssinia, was converted to the Church of Rome, that many of his subjects had followed his example, and that there was a great want of missionaries to improve these prosperous beginnings.
This prince, besides his ill will to Sultan Segued, which was kept up by some malcontents among the Abyssin nobility, who, provoked at the conversion of their master, were plotting a revolt, entertained an inveterate hatred against the Portuguese for the death of his grandfather, who had been killed many years before, which he swore the blood of the Jesuits should repay.