introductory definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, associated with, or constituting an introduction.
    • Serving to introduce. See Synonyms at preliminary.
    • introducing; providing a preview or idea of
    • Serving to introduce another thing; causing the main topic or company; preliminary; prefatory
    • offering as an introduction or preface
    • portion as a base or starting place
    • offering to start or begin
  • others:
    • Serving to introduce some thing; prefatory; preliminary: as, introductory remarks.
    • Synonyms Preparatory, an such like. (identify preliminary); precursory, proĆ«mial.
  • noun:
    • An introduction; a treatise providing the current weather or easiest parts of a subject.

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