Find a verb with nine letters that means to bring into operation or use for the first time
Edited as I thought I better get proof.
verb: introduce; 3rd person present: introduces; past tense: introduced; past participle: introduced; gerund or present participle: introducing
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"
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"
Nov 19, 2016 |
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