- noun1 one separate event in sb's life/a storyADJECTIVE▪ dramatic, exciting▪ bizarre, extraordinary▪ sad, tragic▪ shameful, unfortunate, unpleasant▪ latest▪
She has only told you about the latest episode in a long history of mental illness.▪ brief▪ major▪ acute, severe (medical)▪
an acute episode of pneumonia▪ recurrent (medical)▪ depressive, manic, psychotic (all medical)VERB + EPISODE▪ remember▪ forget▪ experiencePREPOSITION▪ during an episode▪
during a brief episode of socialist rule▪ episode from▪
I still remember that episode from my childhood.▪ episode in▪
an extraordinary episode in American historyPHRASES▪ the entire episode, the whole episode▪
He says he just wants to forget the whole unfortunate episode.2 one part of a TV/radio dramaADJECTIVE▪ exciting, thrilling▪
Don't miss next week's exciting episode!▪ classic▪ next, upcoming (esp. AmE)▪ previous▪ first, second, etc.▪ pilot▪ premiere (AmE)▪ final, last▪ two-part▪ half-hour, hour-long, one-hour, etc.VERB + EPISODE▪ catch, see, watch▪
I caught a few episodes of seasons one and two.▪ miss▪ do, film, make, record, shoot▪
The next episode has not yet been filmed.▪ direct▪ air (esp. AmE), broadcast▪ repeat, rerun (AmE)PREPOSITION▪ during an/the episode, in an/the episode▪
It happened in the final episode of ‘Star Trek’.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.