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Spanish translation of “introduce”

introduce

verb /intrəˈdjuːs/
(often with to) to make (people) known by name to each other
presentar
He introduced the guests (to each other) Let me introduce you to my mother May I introduce myself? I’m John Brown.
(often with into) to bring in (something new)
introducir
Grey squirrels were introduced into Britain from Canada Why did you introduce such a boring subject (into the conversation)?
to propose or put forward
presentar
He introduced a bill in Parliament for the abolition of income tax.
(with to) to cause (a person) to get to know (a subject etc)
iniciar en
Children are introduced to algebra at about the age of eleven.
introduction /-ˈdakʃən/ noun the act of introducing, or the process of being introduced
introducción
the introduction of new methods.
an act of introducing one person to another
presentación
The hostess made the introductions and everyone shook hands.
something written at the beginning of a book explaining the contents, or said at the beginning of a speech etc.
introducción, prefacio
introductory /-ˈdaktəri/ adjective giving an introduction
introductorio
He made a few introductory remarks about the film before the screening.
(Definition of introduce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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