introduce definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • presenting (somebody) by name to some other so that you can establish an acquaintance.
    • presenting (a performer, for instance) toward public for the first time.
    • to carry forward (a strategy, as an example) for consideration.
    • to give (some body) with a new knowledge or first connection with anything: introduced me to weightlifting.
    • to carry in and establish in an innovative new place or environment: unique plants that were introduced from the jungle.
    • To bring into currency, use, or rehearse; originate: introduced this new product in a number of test markets; introduced the tango within their circle of buddies.
    • To put inside or into; place or inject.
    • to start or begin; preface: introduced the fall show with an orienting talk.
    • to guide or bring in; to carry out or usher in.
    • to place (some thing into a spot); to place.
    • to guide to while making understood by formal statement or suggestion; therefore, resulting in becoming acquainted
    • To bring into notice, rehearse, cultivation, or use.
    • to create; to cause to occur; to cause.
    • to start to notice; to begin; to present.
  • verb:
    • resulting in (some one) to be familiarized (with another person).
    • which will make (some thing or somebody) known by formal announcement or suggestion.
    • to incorporate (something) to something, a mixture, or a container.
    • to create (something) into training.
    • put or introduce into one thing
    • bring prior to the general public the very first time, by an actor, song, etc.
    • bring in or establish in an innovative new destination or environment
    • furnish with a preface or introduction
    • be a precursor of
    • make a individual or object into a familiar environment
    • bring something a new comer to a breeding ground
    • cause to get to know really
    • introduce
    • put before (a body)
  • others:
    • To lead or make; conduct or usher-in: as, to present one into a drawing-room; to introduce foreign produce into a country.
    • To pass in; put in; insert: because, to present an individual's hand into an aperture.
    • To make understood, as one person to another, or two individuals together; make acquainted by private encounter or by letter; present, with the reference to names and brands.
    • to create into notice, usage, or practice; bring forward for acceptance: as, to introduce a new manner, or a greater mode of tillage.
    • to create forward with preliminary or preparatory matter; available to observe: because, to present a subject with a lengthy preface.
    • to create; cause to exist; cause.

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