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uvod [ muški rod ]

Uvertira.

caption [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin captio, from caper to take. Perhaps confounded in meaning with Latin caput a head. Related to Capacious.
Brief description accompanying an illustration; SYN. legend.

entrance [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Fren. entrance, from Old Fren. and French entrant, p. pr. of entrer to enter. Related to Enter.
A movement into or inward; SYN. entering.
Something that allows entry or exit; SYN. entranceway, entryway, entry, entree.
The act of entering; SYN. entering, entry, ingress, incoming.

introduction [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin introductio: cf. French introduction. Related to Introduce.
A basic or elementary instructional text.
A new proposal.
The first section of a communication.
In music, a section preceding the main body of a work. Many symphonies of the 18th century featured a slow introduction (including works by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven), and this practice was sometimes transferred to quartets and keyboard works, as in Beethoven’s Sonata Pathétique 179The introduction may be related motivically or thematically to the rest of the work, as in the Pathétique, or it may be more independent, as in Elgar’s Introduction and Allegro 19for strings.

jab [ imenica ]
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ETYM Scot. and Colloq. U. S.
A quick short straight punch.
A sharp hand gesture (resembling a blow); SYN. jabbing, poke, poking, thrust, thrusting.

opening [ imenica ]
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An open or empty space in or between things; SYN. gap.
A vacant or unobstructed space
A ceremony accompanying the start of some enterprise.
Opportunity especially for employment or promotion
The act of opening something
The first performance (as of a theatrical production); SYN. opening night, curtain raising.
The initial part of the introduction
Becoming open or being made open

preamble [ imenica ]
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ETYM Late Lat. praeambulum, from Latin praeambulus walking before, from praeambulare to walk before; prae before + ambulare to walk: cf. French préambule. Related to Amble.
A preliminary introduction to a statute or constitution (usually explaining its purpose).
Preface; introduction.

preface [ imenica ]
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ETYM French préface; cf. Spanish prefacio, prefacion, Italian prefazio, prefazione; all from Latin praefatio, from praefari to speak or say beforehand; prae before + fari, fatus, to speak. Related to Fate.
Something written as an introductory to a book or essay; an introduction, or series of preliminary remarks.
Something spoken as an introduction to a speech., or.

prelude [ imenica ]
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ETYM French prélude (cf. Italian preludio, Late Lat. praeludium), from Latin prae before + ludus play. Related to Prelude.
Music that precedes a fugue or introduces an act in an opera.
In music, a composition intended as the preface to further music, especially preceding a fugue, forming the opening piece of a suite, or setting the mood for a stage work, as in Wagner’s Lohengrin. As used by Chopin, a prelude is a short self-contained piano work.
A prelude is often rhetorical in style, mixing fast runs and sustained chords. It thereby allows the musicians to form an aural picture of the sound quality of the auditorium. In orchestra concerts the overture fulfills a similar role.

prologue [ imenica ]
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ETYM French, from Latin prologus, from Greek, from prolegein to say beforehand; pro before + legein to say. Related to Logic.
An introduction to a play.
A speech often in verse addressed to the audience by an actor at the beginning of a play; the actor speaking such a prologue.
An introductory or preceding event or development.

way in [ imenica ]
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