introduced looks like it is a form of the word introduce - View Conjugation
introduce
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introduce(
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to acquaint)
a. presentar
My boyfriend introduced me to his family.Mi novio me presentó a su familia.
2. (to bring in)
a. introducir
I was looking for a way to introduce the subject into the conversation.Buscaba la forma de introducir el tema en la conversación.
b. lanzar
The company is introducing a new type of service.La empresa va a lanzar un nuevo tipo de servicio.
3. (to initiate into something)
a. iniciar
It was my brother who introduced me to jazz.Fue mi hermano el que me inició en el jazz.
4. (to present)
a. presentar
They chose last year's winner to introduce the nominees.Escogieron el ganador del año pasado para presentar los nominados.
5. (legal)
a. introducir
The government introduced new measures to fight crime.El gobierno introdujo nuevas medidas para luchar contra el crimen.
6. (to insert)
a. introducir
The nurse introduced the syringe into the vein.La enfermera introdujo la jeringa en la vena.
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introduce
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (person)
a. presentar
to introduce oneselfpresentarse
allow me to introduce you to Mr Blackpermítame presentarle al Sr. Black
to introduce somebody to somethingintroducir or iniciar a alguien en algo
2. (reform, practice)
a. introducir
this custom was introduced by missionariesesta costumbre la trajeron los misioneros
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introduce [ˌɪntrəˈdjuːs]
transitive verb
1 (present, make acquainted) presentar
to introduce sb to sb presentar a algn a algn; may I introduce ...? permítame presentarle a ...; le presento a ...; I don't think we've been introduced creo que no nos han presentado; to introduce sb to sth hacer conocer algo a algn; iniciar a algn en algo; I was introduced to chess at eight empecé a jugar al ajedrez a los ocho años; I was introduced to Milton too young me hicieron leer a Milton demasiado temprano
2 (bring in) [+reform] introducir; (Pol) [+bill] presentar; (TV) (Rad) [+programme] presentar; [+product, new fashion] lanzar; [+subject into conversation, idea] introducir
be careful how you introduce the subject ten cuidado a la hora de abordar el tema; it was you who introduced the subject, not me fuiste tú el que sacaste el tema, no yo
3 (insert) introducir
the tube is introduced into the throat el tubo se introduce por la garganta; I was introduced into a dark room me hicieron entrar en un cuarto oscuro
4 (write introduction for) [+book] prologar
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he introduced
presentó
they introduced
presentaron
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