introduceverb [ T ]uk /ˌɪn.trəˈdʒuːs/ us /ˌɪn.trəˈduːs/
introduce verb [ T ] (PUT INTO USE)
- The Russian leader wants to introduce further changes.
- We need to introduce more stringent security measures such as identity cards.
- New measures have been introduced to try and ease traffic congestion in the city.
- The government introduced a law prohibiting tobacco advertisements on TV.
- They've introduced a fast-track system for brighter pupils which will allow thousands to take their GCSE exams two years early.
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introduce verb [ T ] (GIVE SB'S NAME)
Have you two been introduced (to each other)?
- She introduced me to some of her fellow students.
- I didn't know anybody at the party, but the hostess came to my rescue by introducing me to a few people.
- Here's Fiona - let me introduce you to her.
introduce verb [ T ] (BEGIN)
› to be the beginning of something:
- It is my pleasure to introduce tonight's guest speaker.
- He introduced the visitors with a few well-chosen words.