introduce[ in-truh-doos, -dyoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF introduce
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTRODUCE
Now, will one of you be kind enough to introduce himself and the class?
She essayed to introduce Gracie; not one of them attempted a bow.
Would it be wise to invade this home just at this juncture and introduce boarders?
We introduce it as historical information, from a most unerring source.
Will you permit me now to introduce you to your prudent friend and your fair enemy?
So let me, now that you know your Paris, introduce you to 'The Rosamunda.'
I could introduce you to a duchess, but then the fee is high.
They shook hands, and Molly hastened to introduce her sister's companion.
This persistency had struck the savant, and he asked a mutual friend to introduce him.
I may not want to introduce you, but I must have you on the spot.