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in·tro·duce /ˌɪntrəˈdjuːs $ -ˈduːs/ ●●● S2 W1 verb [transitiveT]  
1 when people meet 见面时INTRODUCE if you introduce someone to another person, you tell them each other’s names for the first time 介绍,引见;使相互认识
 Have you two been introduced? Tom, this is Greg.
introduce somebody to somebody
 June, let me introduce you to Bob.
introduce yourself (=formally tell someone who you are) 自我介绍
 May I introduce myself? My name is Meg Johnson.
我来自我介绍一下吧。我的名字叫梅格 · 约翰逊。
2 new system/product 新制度/产品START something/MAKE something START to bring a plan, system, or product into use for the first time 引进,实施,推行
 They want to introduce a system of identity cards.
 The store have introduced a new range of food for children.
In everyday British English, people often say bring in a plan, law, system etc rather than introduce it: 在日常英国英语中,表示推行某项计划、法律、制度等时,人们常说bring in,而不说introduce
They want to bring in a system of identity cards.
3 bring STH to a place 带某物到某地TAKE/BRING to bring a type of thing somewhere for the first time 首次引入〔某物〕,使传入
introduce something to/into something
 The grey squirrel was introduced into Britain from North America.
4 new experience 新经历 to show someone something or tell them about it for the first time 使〔某人〕初次接触〔某事物〕
introduce somebody to something/introduce something to somebody
 Malcolm introduced me to the joys of wine-tasting.
5 programme/public event 节目/公众活动TCBPRESENT/INTRODUCE A SHOW to speak at the beginning of and sometimes during a television or radio programme, or at the beginning of a public event 介绍 〔电视或广播节目、公众活动等〕;作开场白
 Jim Adams will introduce tonight’s programme.
吉姆 · 亚当斯将为今晚的节目作开场介绍。
6 start a change 开始改变START TO HAPPEN, EXIST ETC to make something new start to happen or exist in a situation 使〔新事物〕开始;创始
 The peace agreement has introduced a feeling of optimism here.
7 law 法律PGP to formally present a possible new law to be discussed 提交〔新法案以供讨论〕
 Several senators introduced legislation aimed at sexual harassment.
8 put STH into STH 把某物放入另一物中 technicalTPUT to put something carefully into something else 〔小心地〕把〔某物〕放入〔另一物里〕
introduce something into something
 Fuel was introduced into the jet pipe.
Examples from the Corpus
From Longman Business Dictionary
introducein·tro·duce /ˌɪntrəˈdjuːs-ˈduːs/ verb [transitiveT]
1to make a new product or service available for the first time
The drug was introduced in the mid-1990s.
2FINANCE to make stocks, shares etc available on the stock exchange for the first time
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange introduced futures and options on the Nikkei Index of 225 Tokyo stocks.
3to bring a system, law, method etc into use for the first time
The company has introduced a new pay system for senior executives.
Toy safety legislation was introduced in 1967.
4to help someone get to know a new person or product
introduce somebody/something to somebody/something
The company has been introducing clients to private banks for several years.
It is not always easy to introduce customers to new and unusual varieties of food.
5LAW to formally present a new law so that it can be discussed and voted on by a parliament, CONGRESS etc
The Democratic candidate vowed to introduce a bill to restore the tax.
Origin introduce
(1400-1500) Latin introducere, from ducere to lead
in·tro·duce verb →REGISTER1

See also: introduction

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1tell people sb's name介紹ADVERB | VERB + INTRODUCE | PREPOSITION ADVERBformally, properly正式介紹We have met before, but we haven't been formally introduced.我們以前見過面,但還沒經過正式介紹。briefly簡短介紹I briefly introduced him to my parents.我向父母簡單介紹了他。VERB + INTRODUCEallow me to, can, let me, may允許我介紹;可以引見;讓我介紹Let me introduce myself.請讓我自我介紹一下。May I introduce my wife, Sarah?請允許我介紹一下我妻子薩拉。PREPOSITIONas介紹為He introduced me as a new member of the company.他把我這個公司新成員向大家介紹了一下。to介紹給She introduced me to her friends.她把我介紹給她的朋友們。


2start using/doing sth for the first time首次使用;首次做ADVERB | VERB + INTRODUCE | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADVERBrecently最近引進They recently introduced a yogurt drink into the market.他們最近在市場上推出了一款酸奶飲料。first, initially, originally首次/初次/最初引進Psychologists first introduced the term in the early 1990s.心理學家於 20 世紀 90 年代初期首次使用這個術語。gradually, slowly逐漸/慢慢引進quickly, rapidly快速/迅速推行After coming to power, he quickly introduced land reform.掌權以後,他很快開始推行土地改革。accidentally, inadvertently意外/無意之中引進diseases inadvertently introduced to the area by settlers由定居者無意之中帶入該地區的疾病VERB + INTRODUCEintend to, plan to, want to打算引進;計劃推行;想要採用The local authority plans to introduce new regulations on parking.地方當局計劃推出新的停車管理規則。attempt to, try to企圖/試圖引進She attempted in vain to introduce some order into the classroom.她試圖讓課堂秩序好一些,但卻白費力氣。PREPOSITIONinto引進New technology is rapidly being introduced into factories.新技術在工廠中得到迅速推廣。PHRASESnewly introduced, recently introduced新近引進的;最近推出的These measures have only been recently introduced.這些措施是最近才推行的。
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introduce verb
introduce1 (introduce the latest technology) introduce2 (Can I introduce myself?) present4 (introduce a TV show)


introduce the latest technology 推介最新技术Can I introduce myself? 我来自我介绍一下吧。initiatebe introduced to drugs See also the entry for begin 另见begin条introduce ♦︎ launch ♦︎ initiate ♦︎ institute ♦︎ instigate ♦︎ set/put sth in motion ♦︎ bring sth in ♦︎ phase sth inThese words all mean to make people start using a new system or law or to start a process. 这些词均表示推行、实施、启动。PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配to introduce / launch / initiate / institute / instigate / set in motion / bring in / phase in a scheme / reformto introduce / launch / initiate / institute / instigate / bring in / phase in a systemto introduce / launch / initiate / institute / instigate / bring in a policyto introduce / launch / initiate / institute / instigate a programmeto introduce / initiate / institute / instigate / set in motion / bring in / phase in changesto introduce / initiate / bring in (a) legislation / lawto introduce / initiate / institute a practiceto launch / initiate / institute / instigate (a / an) campaign / enquiry / investigation / proceedingsto launch / initiate / set in motion a planto introduce / launch / initiate / institute sth formally introduce [transitive] to make sth such as a product, law, system or idea available for use or discussion for the first time 推行;实施;采用The company is introducing a new range of products this year.公司今年将推出一系列新产品。We want to introduce the latest technology into schools.我们想向各学校推介最新技术。We are going to introduce a few changes to the system.我们打算对该制度进行一些改革。 launch [transitive] (especially business 尤用于商业 or journalism 新闻) to formally start an activity, especially an organized one 正式开始从事,发起,发动(尤指有组织的活动)The Duchess of Cornwall, president of the charity, will launch the appeal in London.该慈善机构的主席康沃尔公爵夫人将在伦敦发起倡议。Police have launched a murder enquiry.警方已着手对谋杀案进行调查。A massive attack was launched in the spring of 1918.一场大规模进攻于1918年春季发起。People in business typically launch an appeal, a bid, a campaign, an enquiry, an initiative, an investigation, an operation, a plan, a project or a programme. In military contexts, an army might launch an attack, an assault, a raid or an invasion. You can also launch a new product. 在商业语境中,launch通常跟appeal、bid、campaign、enquiry、initiative、investigation、operation、plan、project或programme搭配。在军事语境中,launch可以跟attack、assault、raid或invasion搭配。launch亦可指推出新产品。 see also launch launch noun initiate ɪˈnɪʃieɪt [transitive] (formal) to introduce a system or policy or start a process 建立,实行(体系、政策);启动The government has initiated a programme of economic reform.政府已启动经济改革方案。He initiated a national debate on reform.他发起了一场关于改革的全国性讨论。The organization may initiate legal action against you.该组织可能对你提起诉讼。 institute [transitive] (formal) to introduce a system or policy or start a process 建立,实行(体系、政策);启动The new management intends to institute a number of changes.新任管理层打算实行一些改革。They could institute criminal proceedings against you.他们可能对你提起刑事诉讼。NOTE 辨析 Initiate or institute?There is very little difference in meaning between these words. Initiate has a wider range of collocates than institute: it can be used to talk about starting either a formal process, such as legal action, or a more informal process, such as a debate or discussion. Institute is only used to talk about more formal processes. 这两个词含义差别很小。与institute相比,initiate的搭配词较广。initiate既可指开始法律诉讼等正式程序,也可指开始debate或discussion等较为非正式的事项。institute只表示开始较为正式的程序He instituted a national debate on reform. instigate [transitive] (especially BrE, formal) to start a process or action, often sth official (正式)启动;使发生We will instigate a comprehensive review of defence policy.我们将全面检讨防务政策。It was Rufus who instigated the whole thing.这事全是鲁弗斯挑起的。Instigate is often used when there is some discussion about who made sth happen, or when the action taken is not popular with everyone involved. * instigate常用于下面两种情况:对谁是事件的发动者尚有争论;所实施的行动并不受所有当事人赞赏。 instigation


[uncountable] An appeal fund was launched at the instigation of the President.总统授意发起了一项救援基金。It was done at his instigation.那件事是在他的鼓动下干的。
set sth in ˈmotion put sth in ˈmotion


(setting, set, set or putting, put, put) (especially written) to make a process start or happen 使开始;使发生The wheels of change have been set in motion.变革的车轮已经开动。 Set/put sth in motion is usually used to talk about starting a process that consists of several steps. * set/put sth in motion通常指启动一项由几个步骤组成的进程to set in motion preparations / a process / a chain of actions / steps / a procedure / measures开始准备;启动进程;开始一连串行动;开始采取措施;启动程序;开始实施措施
ˌbring sth ˈin

phrasal verb

(brought, brought)to introduce a new law 提出(新法案)They want to bring in a bill to limit arms exports.他们想提出一项限制武器出口的议案。Bring sth in is mainly used to talk about an act, a bill, a law, a regulation or legislation. * bring sth in主要与act、bill、law、regulation或legislation搭配。
ˌphase sth ˈin

phrasal verb

(especially business 尤用于商业) to introduce or start using sth gradually in stages over a period of time 逐步引入;分阶段开始The new tax will be phased in over two years.新税种将在两年内逐步开征。 OPP phase sth out To phase sth out is to stop using sth gradually in stages over a period of time. * phase sth out指逐步废除。


introduce the latest technology 推介最新技术Can I introduce myself? 我来自我介绍一下吧。initiatebe introduced to drugsintroduce ♦︎ presentThese words both mean to tell two or more people who have not met before what each other's names are. 这两个词均表示介绍、引见。PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配to introduce / present sb to sb introduce [transitive] to tell two or more people who have not met before what each other's names are; to tell sb what your name is 介绍;引见Can I introduce my wife?我来介绍一下我的妻子。He introduced me to a Greek girl at the party.他在聚会上介绍我认识了一个希腊姑娘。Can I introduce myself? I'm Helen Robins.我来自我介绍一下吧。我叫海伦•罗宾斯。 see also introduction meeting 2 present [transitive] (formal) to introduce sb formally, especially to sb of higher rank or status 正式介绍,引见(尤指认识职位或地位更高的人)May I present my fiancé?请允许我向您介绍我的未婚夫。

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