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a2 one; used to introduce one particular thing of a group or kind, but one which is not known to the listener or is not important to identify. [1/3 definitions]
acquaint to introduce, or to make familiar or accustomed to (usu. fol. by "with"). [1/2 definitions]
be used to introduce a command to act in a specified way, take on a specified characteristic, or to become a specified thing or person. [1/10 definitions]
bureaucratize to manage or control (a government or other large organization) using bureaucratic methods, or to introduce such methods in.
cotillion a formal ball, esp. one given to introduce debutantes. [1/2 definitions]
diversify to give or introduce variety to or into. [1/2 definitions]
do1 used to introduce a question. [1/12 definitions]
enter to introduce; insert. [1/11 definitions]
gavage forced feeding using a tube to introduce food into the stomach.
halogenate to introduce a halogen into (a compound). [1/2 definitions]
if used to introduce an exclamatory phrase. [1/6 definitions]
immigrate to introduce or bring into a new place as settlers. [1/2 definitions]
inaugurate to start or initiate formally; introduce. [1/3 definitions]
inductive serving to initiate or introduce; introductory. [1/4 definitions]
industrialize to introduce industry into (a country, region, or the like); make industrial. [1/2 definitions]
infuse to introduce or inject, as if by pouring; instill (usu. fol. by into). [1/2 definitions]
initiatory serving to begin or introduce; initial; introductory. [1/2 definitions]
inject to introduce (a fluid) or introduce a fluid into (someone or something) by force or pressure, as fuel into an engine cylinder, or a medicine into a muscle or vein. [2 definitions]
introductory serving to introduce.
intromit to allow, cause, or assist to enter; introduce; admit.
mechanize to introduce the use of machinery into (an industry, work force, or the like). [1/3 definitions]