Translation of introduce in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˌɪntrəˈduːs; ˌɪntrəˈdjuːs/


  • 1 1.1 (acquaint) presentar I don't think we've been introduced no creo tener el gusto de conocerlo, me parece que no nos han presentado allow me to introduce myself/my mother [formal] permítame que me presente/le presente a mi madre to introduce sb to sb presentarle a algn a algn he introduced John to her le presentó a John he introduced her to John se la presentó a John 1.2 (initiate) to introduce sb to sth introducir* a algn a algo, iniciar a algn en algo he introduced me to the classics él me introdujo a or me inició en la lectura de los clásicos 1.3 (present) [speaker/performer/program] presentar ; [meeting/lecture/article] iniciar
  • 2 2.1 (bring in) [subject/topic/notion] introducir* ; [suggestion] hacer* , presentar 2.2 (bring in for first time) [innovation/custom/practice] introducir* ; [product] lanzar* , sacar* introducing Juan Romero as Don Félix presentando por primera vez (en pantalla) a Juan Romero en el papel de Don Félix tobacco was introduced (in)to Europe in the 16th century el tabaco se introdujo en Europa en el siglo XVI 2.3 [Govt] [legislation/tax] introducir* ; [bill] presentar
  • 3 (insert) [formal] to introduce sth into sth introducir* algo en algo

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