Definition of 'introduction'
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Ten young dancers passed through a series of actions presumably inspired by a short film introduction of spinning and blurry but pretty colours and shapes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Manufacturers have a responsibility, therefore, to halt the introduction of these products. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He wants me to review it before it goes to print and to write the short introduction. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It may be the introduction or one of the options to explore the biblical data. Christianity Today (2000)Your wisest friend makes the introductions and this time gets it right. The Sun (2016)It is the introduction to this book that is most impressive and useful. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)Parties were just places for cursory introductions. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They would need time to deliver their letters of introduction and arrange meetings. THE FROZEN WATER TRADE (2002)The course provides an introduction to basic cooking. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This was my first real introduction to pain. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Another middle way may involve the introduction of fully informed consent. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Rugby league was ahead of its time with the introduction of a salary cap a decade ago. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She collected letters of introduction and researched assignments. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Both cameras were relatively much more expensive at the time of their introduction. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Let us return to some thoughts about the nature of history sketched in the introduction to this book. A Short Guide to Writing About History (1995)Cambridge needs no introduction as one of the world's most famous university towns. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is my first introduction to the public and it's fun. The Sun (2010)Her judgements are carefully argued, and her study will doubtless become a basic introduction to the artist. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)Warm summer sun and rain helps, but innovation and new product introductions are also encouraging a new interest in gardening. The Sun (2013)It is expected to be worse next year with sixth-form students rushing to get university places before the introduction of higher tuition fees. Times, Sunday Times (2010)As this is simply a short introduction to the subject of social administration, there will not be space for much detail or depth. Introduction to Social Administration in Britain (1990)An epic, melodramatic introduction to one of world cinema's true masters. The Sun (2006)Miss Darcy and her brother appeared, and this formidable introduction took place. Pride and Prejudice (1813)This follows the government's recent introduction of an additional 5% stamp duty for buyers on their first purchase. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'introduction'
British English: introduction /ˌɪntrəˈdʌkʃən/ NOUN
The introduction of something is the act of causing it to enter a place or exist in a system for the first time.
...the introduction of a computerized payment system.
- American English: introduction
- Arabic: مُقَدِّمَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: introdução
- Chinese: 介绍
- Croatian: uvođenje
- Czech: úvod knihy
- Danish: introduktion
- Dutch: introductie
- European Spanish: introducción
- Finnish: esittely toisilleen tai johdanto
- French: présentation amis
- German: Bekanntmachen
- Greek: σύσταση γνωριμία
- Italian: introduzione
- Japanese: 紹介
- Korean: 소개 프레젠테이션
- Norwegian: introduksjon
- Polish: wprowadzenie
- European Portuguese: introdução
- Romanian: introducere
- Russian: вступление
- Spanish: introducción
- Swedish: introduktion
- Thai: การแนะนำ
- Turkish: tanıtma
- Ukrainian: вступ
- Vietnamese: sự giới thiệu
Definition of introduction from the Collins English Dictionary
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