Introduce meaning in hindi | Introduce ka matlab 

Introduce meaning in hindi

How to pronounce Introduce 
Usage of Introduce: 1: Mostly the poet use their pen-name to introduce themselves. 2: He is doing this only to introduce a quibble. 3: Multi-level caches introduce new design decisions. 4: There are three methods for an MP to introduce a Private Member's Bill. 5: NHEJ can also introduce mutations during repair. 6: Plato used to introduce his distinguished relatives into his dialogues 7: Tom Wills, it is claimed, wanted to introduce Rugby School rules 8: The department argues that it had no choice but to introduce them. 9: Japan's efforts to introduce a new codebook had been delayed 10: This film was also one of the first to introduce the concept of the "Macguffin"
Introduce ki paribhasha : koi chij uthaakar ya apane saath lekar aana doosare ko milane men pravrat karana ek padaarth men doosara padaarth dalana kisi vishay ya vastu ke snbndh ki praapt ki hui athava mili hui jaanakaari ek padaarth ke tal ke saath doosare padaarth ka tal milana

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Introduce synonyms
suggest offer propose submit recommend announce open advance familiarize harbinger acquaint originate air herald ventilate usher moot preface broach precede bring out bring up come out with fix up get together do the honors get things rolling give introduction kick off knock down lead into lead off open up pave the way put forward set forth spring with start ball rolling bring in organize launch set up invent unveil initiate admit plan install found establish enter pioneer inaugurate commence induct innovate bring forward usher in import ship include send instill interject interpose interpolate insinuate inlay inject freight carry infix transport fill in inlet inset intercalate put in throw in work in
Introduce antonyms
withhold deny refuse conceal dissuade hide erase subtract end finish close up take away extract destroy ignore stop conclude neglect 
Usage of Introduce in sentences

The word is used as verb in english grammar. The word can be used as verb or transitive verb in hindi and have more than one meaning. . 
Word of the day 12th-Apr-2021

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