Deus ex machina (Latin: [ˈdeʊs ɛks ˈmaː.kʰɪ.naː]: /ˈdeɪ.əs ɛks ˈmɑːk
iːnə/ or /ˈdiːəs ɛks ˈ...
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Deus-ex-machina definition, (in ancient Greek and Roman drama) a god
introduced into a play to resolve the entanglements of the plot. See more.
Loosely translated from Latin, "deus ex machina
" means "God from the Machine." In dramas written in ancient Greece it was a common technique used to resolve the play's conflict.
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noun de·us ex ma·chi·na \ˈdā-əs-ˌeks-ˈmä-ki-nə, -ˈma-, -ˌnä; -mə-ˈshē-nə\.
Simple Definition of deus ex machina. : a character or thing that suddenly enters
A Deus ex Machina (pron: Day-oos eks MAH-kee-nah) is when some new event,
character, ability, or object solves a seemingly unsolvable problem in a sudden, ...
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Deus ex machina, ( Latin: “god from the machine”) a person or thing that appears
or is introduced into a situation suddenly and unexpectedly and provides an ...
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Dates from ancient Greek times, where "deus ex machina" ("god from the
machine") in a play referred to the act of lowering a god on stage using a cable