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  • A number of changes were introduced as a result of experience gained in the battle.
  • This project introduced the terms front end, middle end, and back end.
  • In the other hand, the water clock was introduced to show time.
  • English, with its international importance, has introduced a lot of new words into the language.
  • All are believed to have been introduced by human activity.
  • It also introduced a more modern setting, a style that was carried over to the next game.
  • A "program of action" was introduced, and party rules were given minor changes.
  • He introduced this result without offering any explanation of how he had obtained it.
  • The freedom to introduce new artists can help a station develop its library.
  • He is later arrested for introducing under-age girls to men in his club.
  • The official language is French, which was introduced during the colonial period.
  • Introduced in the first game, character classes have been used differently in each title.
  • Each release is designed to introduce new features and improve upon existing ones.
  • The game was introduced to Chinese-speaking regions mostly by the Japanese.
  • Luck may be introduced into a game by a number of methods.
  • He also stated that it was important to introduce information technology in all parts of the education system.
  • Legislation first introduced by the British is still in effect in modified form today.
  • Twenty-two introduced plant species are thought to provide a significant threat to local flora.
  • Since the 1980s, several cities have re-introduced it.
  • The company introduced an additional five hours flight testing to clear production aircraft before the ferry flight.
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Words starting with introduce

Meaning of introduce

  • verb Cause to come to know personally
    permit me to acquaint you with my son, introduce the new neighbors to the community
  • verb Bring something new to an environment
    A new word processor was introduced
  • verb Bring in or establish in a new place or environment
    introduce a rule, introduce exotic fruits
  • verb Bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc.
  • verb Put before (a body)
    introduce legislation