How to use
introducere, from ducere
when people meet
if you introduce someone to another person, you tell them each other's names for the first time
Have you two been introduced? Tom, this is Greg.
introduce somebody to somebody
June, let me introduce you to Bob.
formally tell someone who you are
May I introduce myself? My name is Meg Johnson.
to bring a plan, system, or product into use for the first time
They want to introduce a system of identity cards.
The store have introduced a new range of food for children.
bring something to a place
to bring a type of thing somewhere for the first time
introduce something to/into something
The grey squirrel was introduced into Britain from North America.
to show someone something or tell them about it for the first time
introduce somebody to something/introduce something to somebody
Malcolm introduced me to the joys of wine-tasting.
to speak at the beginning of and sometimes during a television or radio programme, or at the beginning of a public event
Jim Adams will introduce tonight's programme.
start a change
to make something new start to happen or exist in a situation
The peace agreement has introduced a feeling of optimism here.
to formally present a possible new law to be discussed
Several senators introduced legislation aimed at sexual harassment.
put something into something
to put something carefully into something else
introduce something into something
Fuel was introduced into the jet pipe.
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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