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Italian translation of “introduce”

introduce

verb
 
/ˌɪn·trəˈdjuːs/ (present participle introducing, past tense and past participle introduced)
B1 to tell someone another person’s name the first time that they meet
presentare
He took me around the room and introduced me to everyone.
to make something exist or happen for the first time
introdurre
We have introduced a new training scheme for employees.
(Definition of introduce from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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