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Find a verb with nine letters that means to bring into operation or use for the first time

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'Introduce' :>)

Edited as I thought I better get proof.

in·tro·duce


/?intr??d(y)o?os/


verb

verb: introduce; 3rd person present: introduces; past tense: introduced; past participle: introduced; gerund or present participle: introducing



1.


bring (something, especially a product, measure, or concept) into use or operation for the first time.
"various new taxes were introduced"


synonyms: institute, initiate, launch, inaugurate, establish, found; More
bring in, usher in, set in motion, start, begin, commence, get going, get underway, originate, pioneer, kick off


"she has introduced a new system"


•propose, put forward, suggest, bring to the table, submit;
set forth, raise, broach, bring up, mention, air, float;

informalrun something up the flagpole


"she introduced new legislation"




•bring a subject to the attention of (someone) for the first time.
"the program is a bid to introduce opera to the masses"



•present (a new piece of legislation) for debate in a legislative assembly.



•bring (a new plant, animal, or disease) to a place and establish it there.
"a cold-resistant strain of sugar cane was introduced to Louisiana"





2.


make (someone) known by name to another in person, especially formally.
"I hope to introduce Jenny to them very soon"


synonyms: present (formally), make known, acquaint with
"she introduced Lindsey to the young man"

Posted on Nov 19, 2016

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  • Rose baker
    Rose baker Nov 19, 2016

    Thank you, very helpful :)

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor Nov 19, 2016

    No problem :>)

  • Susan Pilgrim
    Susan Pilgrim Aug 02, 2017

    Initiate

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor Aug 03, 2017

    Nice one Susan.

    in·i·ti·ate

    verb

    verb: initiate; 3rd person present: initiates; past tense: initiated; past participle: initiated; gerund or present participle: initiating

    /i?niSH???t/

    1.

    cause (a process or action) to begin.
    "he proposes to initiate discussions on planning procedures"


    synonyms: begin, start (off), commence; More

  • Stan Fenster
    Stan Fenster Aug 22, 2017

    also, originate

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor Aug 24, 2017

    Also very good Stan :>)

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