Definition of 'episode'
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And there are at least two scenes in episode two that make me cry. The Sun (2016)The scene appears towards the end of episode one. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Episode one will leave you eager to know how it pans out. The Sun (2016)What action there is in this final episode merely underlines the absolute lack of it in the six previous episodes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As a whodunnit, the first episode was short on a decent twist. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We're in court for the final episode of this powerful drama. The Sun (2016)Next week is the final episode, but there obviously will be another series. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Despite the freezing temperatures during winter filming, he still managed to get his shirt off a couple of times in episode one alone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Although cinema audiences will have to pay to see the final episode in the fourth series of Sherlock, they will get some extra footage. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This is an important episode in your life. The Sun (2010)The intervals between episodes became shorter as time went on. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some may dismiss this episode as a pedantic storm in a teacup. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The opening scene of episode two is superbly realised. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The rest was instantly forgettable apart from one odd episode in the first half. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The concluding episode will be broadcast tomorrow night. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This episode is part of a wider political campaign. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That may seem harsh on those who have periodic episodes of mental illness. The Sun (2014)International users will be able to download as many episodes and programmes as they want. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was one of the scariest episodes of my life. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Surgery is usually a single short episode in what is often a lifetime relationship with specialist services. Times, Sunday Times (2011)One episode may yet contain a sudden flash that makes it all worthwhile. Times, Sunday Times (2008)These episodes are just part of a restless yet thrillingly assured score. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Episodes are pleasingly short but packed with info. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Episodes pain may come and go for years. The Sun (2007)The first episode set the scene. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This is the final episode of the series, which both actors have said will be the last. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I sat through the final episode expecting to make sense of the previous five. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These policies represent an important benefit to employees because they provide security against lost income for episodes of illness and injury that are largely beyond their control. Human Resource Management in Government (1995)I don't like speaking about this episode in my life. The Sun (2010)This episode focuses on one juvenile male chimp as he tries to befriend the dominant males in his troupe, with varying degrees of success. The Sun (2014)In the first episode of the programme the judges will taste just one spoonful of food as hopefuls audition for a full-time place on the show. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In one episode they run off to Las Vegas and are about to wed when they get cold feet. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'episode'
British English: episode /ˈɛpɪˌsəʊd/ NOUN
You can refer to an event or a short period of time as an episode if you want to suggest that it is important or unusual, or has some particular quality.
It was an unhappy episode in our long (and usually friendly) relationship.
- American English: episode
- Arabic: مُدَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: episódio
- Chinese: 插曲
- Croatian: epizoda
- Czech: příhoda
- Danish: episode
- Dutch: episode
- European Spanish: episodio
- Finnish: tapahtuma
- French: épisode
- German: Episode
- Greek: επεισόδιο
- Italian: episodio
- Japanese: エピソード
- Korean: 일화
- Norwegian: episode
- Polish: epizod
- European Portuguese: episódio
- Romanian: episod
- Russian: эпизод
- Spanish: episodio
- Swedish: episod
- Thai: ตอน
- Turkish: bölüm dizi
- Ukrainian: епізод
- Vietnamese: hồi chương
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