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episodenoun [C]

uk   /ˈep.ɪ.səʊd/ us   /ˈep.ə.soʊd/
  • episode noun [C] (PART OF STORY)

B2 one of the single parts into which a story is divided, especially when it is broadcast on the television or radio

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(Definition of episode from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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episodenoun [C]

us   /ˈep·əˌsoʊd/
a single event or group of related events: That was an episode in my life that I’d like to forget.
literature An episode is a series of actions or events that take place at one time in a work of literature.
An episode is also one of the parts of a television or radio program that is given as a series over a period of time.
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“episode” in British English

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