Origin of introduction
SYNONYMS FOR introduction
Related formsre·in·tro·duc·tion, nounself-in·tro·duc·tion, nounsub·in·tro·duc·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for introduction
Finding the shop is a trip in itself and an introduction to a slice of history.The Photographer Who Gave Up Manhattan for Marrakech|Liza Foreman|January 6, 2015|DAILY BEAST
On company questionnaires, many students still report the book as their introduction to RSD.
Granted, partly this is a problem of sources the author identifies in the introduction.
Existing food shortages in the country were immediately exacerbated by the introduction of Ebola, for a variety of reasons.
The introduction of forensic evidence in the mid-1980s completely changed the way we solve crimes.How the U.S. Ended Up With 400,000 Untested Rape Kits|Caitlin Dickson|September 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“This, signora, is the prisoner of whom I told you,” said my conductor by way of introduction.Under the Meteor Flag|Harry Collingwood
After this no great difficulty was experienced in obtaining the royal assent to the introduction of a bill.The Political History of England - Vol XI|George Brodrick
It was verse of this kind which, as Mr. Gosse observes, justified the introduction of the heroic couplet in all its strictness.English Verse|Raymond MacDonald Alden, Ph.D.
This will allow the introduction of the hand into the abdomen from behind, so as to pull out the contents.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle|U.S. Department of Agriculture
Attempts have been made to improve the quality by the introduction of Riga flax seed, but so far without success.Notes on Agriculture in Cyprus and Its Products|William Bevan
British Dictionary definitions for introduction
- an instrumental passage preceding the entry of a soloist, choir, etc
- an opening passage in a movement or composition that precedes the main material