Synonyms of introduce in English:

introduce


See definition of introduce

verb

1‘he has tried to introduce a new system of joint consultation’

SYNONYMS
institute, initiate, launch, inaugurate, establish, found, instigate, put in place
bring in, bring into being, usher in, set in motion, start, begin, commence, get going, get under way, phase in
organize, develop, originate, pioneer, take the lead in
informal kick off
ANTONYMS

abolish

2‘you can introduce new ideas’

SYNONYMS
propose, put forward, suggest, submit, advance, table, move
raise, broach, bring up, set forth, moot, mention, open, air, ventilate, float

3‘she introduced Lindsey to the young man’

SYNONYMS
present, present formally, make known
acquaint with, make acquainted with, bring into contact with

4‘a device used to introduce nitrogen into canned beer’

SYNONYMS
insert, inject, put, place, push, force, drive, shoot, feed
ANTONYMS

remove

5‘she tried to introduce a note of severity into her voice’

SYNONYMS
instil, infuse, inject, add, insert, bring
interpose

6‘the same presenter introduces the programme each week’

SYNONYMS
announce, present, give an introduction to
preface, precede, lead into, commence, start off, begin, open, launch