entremés

noun en·tre·més \ ˌen‧trəˈmās \

Definition of entremés

plural entremeses \-ˈmāˌsās\
1 :an interlude sometimes inserted in Spanish mystery plays of the middle ages
2 :a short comic piece usually with music and dancing in the Spanish theater

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Origin and Etymology of entremés

Spanish, from Catalan entremès, from Latin intermissus, past participle of intermittere to intermit


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of entremés


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