Introducer



[in-truh-doos, -dyoos] /ˌɪn trəˈdus, -ˈdyus/

verb (used with object), introduced, introducing.
1.
to present (a person) to another so as to make acquainted.
2.
to acquaint (two or more persons) with each other personally:
Will you introduce us?
3.
to present (a person, product, etc.) to a particular group of individuals or to the general public for or as if for the first time by a formal act, announcement, series of recommendations or events, etc.:
to introduce a debutante to society.
4.
to bring (a person) to first knowledge or experience of something:
to introduce someone to skiing.
5.
to create, bring into notice, use, etc., for or as if for the first time; institute:
to introduce a new procedure.
6.
to suggest, propose, or advance for or as if for the first time:
to introduce a theory of geological evolution.
7.
to present for official consideration or action, as a legislative bill.
8.
to begin; lead into; preface:
to introduce one’s speech with an amusing anecdote.
9.
to put or place into something for the first time; insert:
to introduce a figure into a design.
10.
to bring in or establish, as something foreign or alien:
Japanese cooking was introduced into America in the 1950s.
11.
to present (a speaker, performer, etc.) to an audience.
12.
to present (a person) at a royal court.
/ˌɪntrəˈdjuːs/
verb (transitive)
1.
(often foll by to) to present (someone) by name (to another person) or (two or more people to each other)
2.
(foll by to) to cause to experience for the first time: to introduce a visitor to beer
3.
to present for consideration or approval, esp before a legislative body: to introduce a draft bill
4.
to bring in; establish: to introduce decimal currency
5.
to present (a radio or television programme, etc) verbally
6.
(foll by with) to start: he introduced his talk with some music
7.
(often foll by into) to insert or inject: he introduced the needle into his arm
8.
to place (members of a species of plant or animal) in a new environment with the intention of producing a resident breeding population
v.

early 15c., back-formation from introduction, or else from Latin introducere “to lead in, bring in” (see introduction). Related: Introduced; introducing.

introducer in·tro·duc·er (ĭn’trə-dōō’sər, -dyōō’-)
n.
An instrument or stylet used to insert a catheter, an endotracheal tube, or similar flexible device into the body.

introduce in·tro·duce (ĭn’trə-dōōs’, -dyōōs’)
v. in·tro·duced, in·tro·duc·ing, in·tro·duc·es

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