Detailed Translations for introduce from English to Spanish


to introduce verb (introduces, introduced, introducing)

  1. to introduce (introduce somebody to)
  2. to introduce (prepare)
  3. to introduce (postulate; put forward; raise)
  4. to introduce (open; start)
  5. to introduce (put in)
  6. to introduce (put in)
  7. to introduce (propose; raise; bring forward; )

Conjugations for introduce:

  1. introduce
  2. introduce
  3. introduces
  4. introduce
  5. introduce
  6. introduce
simple past
  1. introduced
  2. introduced
  3. introduced
  4. introduced
  5. introduced
  6. introduced
present perfect
  1. have introduced
  2. have introduced
  3. has introduced
  4. have introduced
  5. have introduced
  6. have introduced
past continuous
  1. was introducing
  2. were introducing
  3. was introducing
  4. were introducing
  5. were introducing
  6. were introducing
  1. shall introduce
  2. will introduce
  3. will introduce
  4. shall introduce
  5. will introduce
  6. will introduce
continuous present
  1. am introducing
  2. are introducing
  3. is introducing
  4. are introducing
  5. are introducing
  6. are introducing
  1. be introduced
  2. be introduced
  3. be introduced
  4. be introduced
  5. be introduced
  6. be introduced
  1. introduce!
  2. let's introduce!
  3. introduced
  4. introducing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for introduce:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abrir opening; opening up; unlocking
comenzar beginning; raising; starting; striking up
empezar beginning; broaching; raising; starting; striking up
iniciar beginning; broaching; starting
intercalar putting in between
introducir bringing in; inserting
lanzar casting; raising; throwing; throwing up
postular advancing; postulating
proponer advancing; postulating
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abrir introduce; open; start bare; begin; break open; bring up; broach; broach a subject; clearly define; crack; cut into; decode; define; demarcate; dislodge; draw open; fence; fence in; fence off; force open; get undone; herald; knock open; make public; map out; mark out; open; open up; outline; publish; pull out; push open; put forward; put on the table; release; ring in; start; tear open; trace out; unbolt; uncover; unlock; unpick; untie
comenzar introduce; open; start acquire; apply; arrange; be off; begin; break into; commence; employ; enter; enter into; fall in; get the hang of; get under way; instal; install; learn; light a cigaret; line up; make use of; open; pick up; send up in flames; set alight; set in; set in motion; set up; start; start to; step off; strike up; study; take off; take on; take upon oneself; undertake; use; utilise; utilize
empezar introduce; open; start arise; be off; begin; break into; come into being; come into existance; commence; enter into; get under way; open; originate; set in; set in motion; set up; start; start to; strike up; take off; take on; take upon oneself; undertake
familiarizarse introduce; prepare
inaugurar introduce; open; start begin; bless; bring up; broach; broach a subject; consecrate; cut into; herald; inaugurate; initiate; instal; install; open; put forward; put on the table; ring in; sanctify; start
iniciar introduce; open; prepare; start apply; apply yourself; arrange; be off; begin; boot; break into; commence; employ; enter into; get under way; handle; initiate; launch; make use of; open; practice; practise; put a spurt on; set; set in motion; set the pace; set up; show enthusiasm; show willingness; speed up; start; start off; start to; start up; strike up; take; take off; take on; take upon oneself; undertake; use; utilise; utilize
inserir introduce; put in
insertar introduce; put in add; administer; adopt; apply; apply yourself; avail oneself of; embed; employ; enforce; engage; fit in; implement; insert; intercalate; interpolate; make use of; place in between; practice; practise; push; put in between; show enthusiasm; show willingness; take; use; utilise; utilize
intercalar introduce; put in fit in; insert; intercalate; interpolate
introducir introduce; introduce somebody to; put in employ; enter; handle; initiate; make use of; practice; practise; set; start off; take; use; utilise; utilize
introducir alguien a introduce; introduce somebody to
invitar introduce; introduce somebody to begin; call in; engage; enlist; initiate; invite; invoke; operationalize; regale; stand treat; treat
lanzar introduce; postulate; put forward; raise bring in; bring out; bring up; broach; broach a subject; cast; cast off; cast out; chuck down; cut into; dismiss; drop; fire; fire a shot; fling; fling down; flop; fusillade; heave; hurl; initiate; launch; prompt; put forward; put on the table; raise; release; shoot; show; start; suggest; throw; throw down; throw off; throw out; throw upward; toss in the air; toss up
orientar introduce; prepare
plantear introduce; postulate; put forward; raise assume; bring up; broach; broach a subject; cut; cut into; initiate; presume; put forward; put on the table; raise; reap; sting; suppose; throw in the air; throw up; toss in the air; toss up
postular introduce; postulate; put forward; raise collect money; collection; make a collection; postulate; presume; presuppose; suppose; surmise
proponer bring forward; bring in; initiate; introduce; nominate; postulate; present; propose; put forward; raise advise; appoint; blame; consider; declaim; elect; intimate; make a proposal; nominate; orate; present; propose; rebuke; recite; recommend; reprimand; suggest
sugerir bring forward; bring in; initiate; introduce; nominate; postulate; present; propose; put forward; raise advise; bring in; initiate; intimate; prompt; propose; raise; suggest
- acquaint; bring in; bring out; enclose; enter; inaugurate; inclose; infix; innovate; insert; precede; preface; premise; present; put in; stick in; usher in

Related Words for "introduce":

  • reintroduce, introducing

Synonyms for "introduce":

Related Definitions for "introduce":

  1. introduce1
  2. be a precursor of1
  3. put before (a body)1
    • introduce legislation1
  4. cause to come to know personally1
    • introduce the new neighbors to the community1
  5. furnish with a preface or introduction1
  6. bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc.1
  7. put or introduce into something1
  8. bring in or establish in a new place or environment1
    • introduce a rule1
    • introduce exotic fruits1
  9. bring something new to an environment1
    • A new word processor was introduced1
  10. bring in a new person or object into a familiar environment1
    • The new secretary introduced a nasty rumor1

Wiktionary Translations for introduce:

  1. to bring into practice
  2. to cause someone to be acquainted
  3. to and make something or someone known by formal announcement or recommendation

Cross Translation:
introduce introducir; importar invoeren — gegevens in een electronisch apparaat stoppen
introduce introducir; instituir invoeren — iets nieuws introduceren
introduce introducir; injerir; anunciar introduire — Faire entrer une chose dans une autre.
introduce poner; meter; colocar mettreplacer une personne, ou un animal, ou une chose dans un lieu déterminé.
introduce ofrecer; regalar; ofertar; ofrendar offrirprésenter quelque chose à quelqu’un, souhaiter qu’il l’accepter.
introduce presentar; retratar; representar présenter — Traductions à trier suivant le sens

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