Complete Definition of "episode"

see|Episode|épisode
English

Etymology
Greek έπεισόδιον, from έπι, “on”, + είς, “into”, + όδός, “way”.

Noun
en-noun

  1. Something that take place|took place.

#: It was a most embarrassing episode in my life

  1. A program in a television series.

#: I can't wait till next week’s episode.

Translations
trans-top|something that took place
Finnish: tapaus, episodi
German: Episode f
Hungarian: t|hu|esemény, t|hu|epizód
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trans-top|a program in a television series
Finnish: jakso
German: Episode f, Folge f
Hungarian: t|hu|rész, t|hu|epizód
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ttbc|Bulgarian: случка f (1), епизод m
ttbc|Chinese: 事件 (shìjiàn) (1), 集 (jí) (2)
ttbc|Dutch: episode f (1), aflevering f (2)
ttbc|French: épisode f (1,2)
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ttbc|Icelandic: atvik (1), þáttur (2)
ttbc|Interlingua: episodio
ttbc|Spanish: episodio
ttbc|Portuguese: episódio
ttbc|Volapük: näijenot
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