episode

episode
noun Etymology: Greek epeisodion, from neuter of epeisodios coming in besides, from epi- + eisodios coming in, from eis into (akin to Greek en in) + hodos road, journey — more at in Date: 1678 1. a usually brief unit of action in a dramatic or literary work: as a. the part of an ancient Greek tragedy between two choric songs b. a developed situation that is integral to but separable from a continuous narrative ; incident c. one of a series of loosely connected stories or scenes d. the part of a serial presented at one performance 2. an event that is distinctive and separate although part of a larger series 3. a digressive subdivision in a musical composition Synonyms: see occurrence

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  • épisode — [ epizɔd ] n. m. • 1637; épisodie fin XVe; gr. epeisodion « partie du drame entre deux entrées » 1 ♦ Théâtre Action accessoire rattachée plus ou moins naturellement à l action principale. « Aristote blâme fort les épisodes détachés » (P.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Episode 2 — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Episode 2» Sencillo de Dragon Ash del álbum Lily of Da Valley Publicación 23 de agosto de 2000 Formato LP …   Wikipedia Español

  • Episode — (griech. epeisódion ‚das noch Dazukommende‘) bezeichnet: im altgriechischen Drama einen Teil mit gesprochenen Dialogen, siehe Epeisodion in Kunst und Medien eine Nebenhandlung oder einen dramaturgischen Block; einzelne Folge einer Fernsehserie in …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Episode — Студийный альбом …   Википедия

  • Épisode 1 — (Antarès) Épisode 1 11e album de la série Les Mondes d Aldébaran Auteur Leo Éditeur Dargaud Collection Antarès Première publication 2007 …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Episode — Sf (unbedeutendes) Ereignis erw. fach. (18. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. épisode, dieses aus gr. epeisódion n. eingeschobene Dialogteile , eigentlich Hinzukommendes , zu gr. hodós Gang, Weg , gr. epí Präp. hinzu und gr. eis Präp. hinein .… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

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  • Episode IV — can refer to any fourth release of any series. Some examples are almost exclusively known by this denotion: * , a 1977 film. * Episode IV is a song by Jimmy Eat World * Episode 4 of the British sci fi drama Primeval …   Wikipedia

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  • episode — [ep′ə sōd΄] n. [Gr epeisodion, addition, episode, orig. neut. of epeisodios, following upon the entrance < epi , upon + eisodos, an entrance < eis , into + hodos, way, road < IE base * sed , to go] 1. the part of an ancient Greek tragedy …   English World dictionary

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