introduce, present, acquaint(verb)
cause to come to know personally
"permit me to acquaint you with my son"; "introduce the new neighbors to the community"
lay out, preface, demo, precede, exhibit, premise, show, acquaint, put in, deliver, present, confront, stick in, inclose, familiarize, gift, salute, give, usher in, innovate, represent, stage, infix, insert, face, demonstrate, bring out, portray, familiarise, enter, bring in, award, inaugurate, pose, enclose, submit
bring something new to an environment
"A new word processor was introduced"
insert, enclose, inclose, stick in, put in, introduce(verb)
"Insert your ticket here"
come in, cut in, bring in, bring out, instal, insert, premise, slip in, put in, sneak in, chime in, acquaint, tuck, throw in, stick in, shut in, store, inclose, lay in, wrap, enfold, stack away, stash away, set up, break in, precede, usher in, innovate, preface, enwrap, infix, chisel in, submit, envelop, present, inject, barge in, salt away, hold in, enter, install, confine, inaugurate, butt in, hive away, close in, enclose, interpose, interject
bring in, introduce(verb)
bring in a new person or object into a familiar environment
"He brought in a new judge"; "The new secretary introduced a nasty rumor"
innovate, bring out, enter, fetch, gain, usher in, earn, clear, put in, inaugurate, precede, take in, pull in, insert, enclose, infix, premise, present, stick in, realise, preface, realize, bring, bring in, inclose, make, acquaint
bring in or establish in a new place or environment
"introduce a rule"; "introduce exotic fruits"
insert, infix, enter, introduce(verb)
put or introduce into something
"insert a picture into the text"
move into, go in, figure, bring out, insert, go into, premise, slip in, inscribe, participate, acquaint, put in, embark, present, sneak in, enrol, stick in, preface, come in, inclose, record, accede, precede, usher in, get into, tuck, get in, infix, put down, enter, bring in, enroll, recruit, inaugurate, enclose, innovate
introduce, bring out(verb)
bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc.
preface, unwrap, precede, reveal, premise, disclose, release, let on, acquaint, put in, present, unveil, expose, stick in, publish, inclose, put out, get out, give away, break, bring on, usher in, innovate, set off, divulge, infix, insert, bring out, enter, bring in, issue, inaugurate, uncover, produce, enclose, discover, let out
put before (a body)
precede, preface, premise, introduce(verb)
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"
forgo, innovate, stick in, bring out, enter, predate, antedate, premiss, come before, put in, bring in, inaugurate, forego, insert, usher in, enclose, infix, premise, present, lead, preface, antecede, precede, inclose, acquaint
inaugurate, usher in, introduce(verb)
be a precursor of
"The fall of the Berlin Wall ushered in the post-Cold War period"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To allege is formally to state as true or capable of proof, but without proving. To adduce, literally to lead to, is to bring the evidence up to what has been alleged. Adduce is a secondary word; nothing can be adduced in evidence till something has been stated or alleged, which the evidence is to sustain. An alleged fact stands open to question or doubt. To speak of an alleged document, an alleged will, an alleged crime, is either to question, or at least very carefully to refrain from admitting, that the document exists, that the will is genuine, or that the crime has been committed. Alleged is, however, respectful; to speak of the "so-called" will or deed, etc., would be to cast discredit upon the document, and imply that the speaker was ready to brand it as unquestionably spurious; alleged simply concedes nothing and leaves the question open. To produce is to bring forward, as, for instance, papers or persons. Adduce is not used of persons; of them we say introduce or produce. When an alleged criminal is brought to trial, the counsel on either side are accustomed to advance a theory, and adduce the strongest possible evidence in its support; they will produce documents and witnesses, cite precedents, assign reasons, introduce suggestions, offer pleas. The accused will usually assert his innocence. Compare STATE.
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How to use introduce in a sentence?
The palace should decide whether they introduce new faces, or these nominees can drop their second nationalities.
They are having issues and they need to work that out before they introduce new models.
We believe that when it comes to experience, there is always room for improvement and it can be achieved if one listens to customers and takes corrective actions that help introduce systemic changes, we have introduced several checks and balances to ensure all our network hotels maintain good quality service standards.
Mr. Durham is gathering information from numerous sources, including a number of foreign countries, at Attorney General Barr's request, the president has contacted other countries to ask them to introduce the Attorney General and Mr. Durham to appropriate officials.
Anytime you introduce a foreign substance into the body, in this case the skin, there is the potential for adverse events [such as] infection or something more serious like an allergic reaction.
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- představit, zavéstCzech
- bekannt machen, vorstellen, einführenGerman
- introducir, presentarSpanish
- lisätä, esitelläFinnish
- introduire, présenterFrench
- bemutat, enged, ereszt, juttat, bevezetHungarian
- aféierenLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- introduceren, voorstellenDutch
- apresentar, introduzirPortuguese
- предста́вить, знако́мить, представля́ть, познако́митьRussian
- 介紹, giới thiệuVietnamese
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