Meaning of introducer in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪntrəˈdjuːsə/


See introduce

‘Now he sits as key backer, non-executive director of the firm, and introducer of valuable contacts.’
  • ‘Mysticism, the introducer said sarcastically, is nothing; but a history of nothing - well, that is science.’
  • ‘I think that's how he gets all of his introducers.’
  • ‘So, for thirty-two years I have preached to the most intelligent, biblically ignorant people I know, and as our introducer has said, it has made my reputation.’
  • ‘The physician must wait between 5 to 10 minutes before removing the introducer so as not to dislodge the implanted stent.’