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Another word for introduce

  1. To make known socially

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  2. To make known the presence or arrival of

  3. To put forward (a topic) for discussion

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  4. To bring into currency, use, fashion, or practice

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  5. To put or set into, between, or among another or other things

      1. To insert or introduce between parts:
      2. To place (oneself) between others or things.
      3. To introduce or interject (a comment, for example) during discourse or a conversation.
      1. To insert or introduce between other elements or parts.
      2. To insert (material) into a text.
      3. To insert into a conversation.
      1. To insert something foreign into:
      1. To say or mention suddenly, often in interrupting the remarks of another:
      2. To insert between other elements; interpose:
      3. To assert (oneself) in a situation in which one has not previously been involved.
      1. To put or set into, between, or among:
      2. To put or introduce into the body of something; interpolate:
      3. To place into an orbit, trajectory, or stream.
      1. To force or drive (a fluid) into something:
      2. To introduce (a drug or vaccine, for example) into a body part, especially by means of a syringe.
      3. To treat by means of injection:
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    put in

  6. To begin (something) with preliminary or prefatory material

Another word for introduce

  1. To bring in

      1. To move or carry (goods, for example) from one place to another; convey.
      2. To cause to feel strong emotion, especially joy; carry away; enrapture.
      3. To send abroad to a penal colony; deport.
      1. To bring or carry in from an outside source, especially to bring in (goods or materials) from a foreign country for trade or sale.
      2. To receive (data) into one program from another.
      3. To carry or hold the meaning of; signify:
  2. To present

  3. To make strangers acquainted

  4. To institute

  5. To insert

  6. To begin

      1. A preliminary statement or essay introducing a book that explains its scope, intention, or background and is usually written by the author.
      2. An introductory section, as of a speech.
      3. Something introductory; a preliminary:
      1. Affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed.
      2. Affording unobstructed passage or view:
      3. Having no protecting or concealing cover:
      1. To begin a movement, activity, or undertaking:
      2. To move on the initial part of a journey:
      3. To have a beginning; commence: