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Meaning & Definition of Introduce in English

English

Introduce

/ɪntrədus/

verb

1. Cause to come to know personally

  • "Permit me to acquaint you with my son"
  • "Introduce the new neighbors to the community"
    synonym:
  • introduce
  • ,
  • present
  • ,
  • acquaint

2. Bring something new to an environment

  • "A new word processor was introduced"
    synonym:
  • introduce
  • ,
  • innovate

3. Introduce

  • "Insert your ticket here"
    synonym:
  • insert
  • ,
  • enclose
  • ,
  • inclose
  • ,
  • stick in
  • ,
  • put in
  • ,
  • introduce

4. Bring in a new person or object into a familiar environment

  • "He brought in a new judge"
  • "The new secretary introduced a nasty rumor"
    synonym:
  • bring in
  • ,
  • introduce

5. Bring in or establish in a new place or environment

  • "Introduce a rule"
  • "Introduce exotic fruits"
    synonym:
  • introduce

6. Put or introduce into something

  • "Insert a picture into the text"
    synonym:
  • insert
  • ,
  • infix
  • ,
  • enter
  • ,
  • introduce

7. Bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc.

    synonym:
  • introduce
  • ,
  • bring out

8. Put before (a body)

  • "Introduce legislation"
    synonym:
  • introduce

9. Furnish with a preface or introduction

  • "She always precedes her lectures with a joke"
  • "He prefaced his lecture with a critical remark about the institution"
    synonym:
  • precede
  • ,
  • preface
  • ,
  • premise
  • ,
  • introduce

10. Be a precursor of

  • "The fall of the berlin wall ushered in the post-cold war period"
    synonym:
  • inaugurate
  • ,
  • usher in
  • ,
  • introduce

Examples of using

Let me introduce my sister to you.
I would like to introduce myself.
Can you introduce me to someone who speaks French?