- = bring in, establish, set up, start, begin, found, develop, launch, institute, organize, pioneer, initiate, originate, commence, get going, instigate, phase in, usher in, inaugurate, set in motion, bring into being •
The Government has introduced a number of other money-saving ideas.
- = present, acquaint, make known, familiarize, do the honours, make the introduction •
Someone introduced us and I sat next to him.
- = announce, present, open, launch, precede, lead into, preface, lead off •
'Health Matters' is introduced by Dick Oliver on the World Service.
- = suggest, offer, air, table, advance, propose, recommend, float, submit, bring up, put forward, set forth, ventilate, broach, moot •
She does not abandon her responsibility to introduce new ideas.
- = add, insert, inject, throw in (informal), infuse, interpose, interpolate •
I wish to introduce a note of cool reason to the discussion.
- = insert, put in, add, drive, shoot, feed, inject •
An operation can introduce air into the body.
'introduce' in Other Languages
- British English: introduce To introduce something means to cause it to enter a place or exist in a system for the first time.They are introducing new rules for student visas.ˌɪntrəˈdjuːs VERB
- Arabic: يُقَدِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: apresentar
- Chinese: 介绍
- Croatian: uvesti
- Czech: zavést zavádětopatření
- Danish: introducere
- Dutch: introduceren
- European Spanish: introducir
- Finnish: esitellä
- French: présenteramis
- German: bekannt machen
- Greek: συστήνω
- Italian: presentare
- Japanese: 紹介する
- Korean: 소개하다누구를 소개하다
- Norwegian: introdusere
- Polish: wprowadzić wprowadzać
- Portuguese: introduzir
- Romanian: a introduce
- Russian: вводить
- Spanish: introducir presentar
- Swedish: introducera
- Thai: แนะนำ
- Turkish: tanıtmak
- Ukrainian: вводити ввести
- Vietnamese: giới thiệu
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