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But a simple Bill can be introduced tomorrow and voted through quickly. The Sun (2017)If an idea is too radical and introduced before its time, it is likely to fail. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Paint is another way to introduce more light, though it is not often thought of in that way. The Sun (2016)SLOW cookers were first introduced in the 1970s. The Sun (2017)I Run out of time to introduce a whole new skincare regime? The Sun (2016)Egypt first introduced the measure this week, but shelved it on Thursday hours before the first scheduled vote. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As he introduces another series showcasing the culinary delights of his homeland, he sends a tongue-in-cheek warning to other celeb chefs. The Sun (2016)There is no better place to introduce florals than a summer wedding. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Is he about to introduce another major constitutional change and then fail to campaign for it? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Is it time to introduce monthly eye tests for officials? Times, Sunday Times (2010)To remedy this situation it may be necessary for the government to introduce birth control programmes. Collins Dictionary of Economics (1993) Another introduced tree that is turning a luminous yellow is the tulip tree. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some of the best programmes about art introduce viewers to a world that is unfamiliar and astounding. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fees will also be introduced for the first time in an attempt to restrict the number of spurious cases. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He will claim that the trials have been so successful the programme can be introduced more quickly than expected. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So why not introduce another quota? The Sun (2016)Now we introduce yet another possibility. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)New Zealand soon followed and introduced plastic dollar bills. Times, Sunday Times (2007)As expected the bill will introduce a 50 per cent turnout threshold for strike ballots. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's time to introduce his wife to the facts of life. Times, Sunday Times (2008)When this technique was first introduced, few captains relished the sacrifice of independence which it entailed. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445 (2007)In time, he introduced me to a partner in the company. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)The supermini was first introduced here in 1998 and proved reliable but dull. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I was introduced to the place while still a student. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is part of a series of measures to toughen the justice system in a major bill introduced to the Commons yesterday. The Sun (2014)
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British English: introduce /ˌɪntrəˈdjuːs/ VERB
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.
- American English: introduce
- Arabic: يُقَدِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: apresentar
- Chinese: 介绍
- Croatian: uvesti
- Czech: zavést opatření
- Danish: introducere
- Dutch: introduceren
- European Spanish: introducir
- Finnish: esitellä
- French: présenter amis
- German: bekannt machen
- Greek: συστήνω
- Italian: presentare
- Japanese: 紹介する
- Korean: 소개하다 누구를 소개하다
- Norwegian: introdusere
- Polish: wprowadzić
- European Portuguese: introduzir
- Romanian: a introduce
- Russian: вводить
- Spanish: introducir
- Swedish: introducera
- Thai: แนะนำ
- Turkish: tanıtmak
- Ukrainian: вводити
- Vietnamese: giới thiệu
Definition of introduce from the Collins English Dictionary
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