Introduction [noun]

Definition of Introduction:

something new; something that begins

Opposite/Antonyms of Introduction:

Sentence/Example of Introduction:

“With the introduction of Shops on Facebook and Instagram, the importance of Facebook as an online sales driver is likely to increase as brands need to ensure they are delivering fantastic customer experiences on social commerce platforms,” said Ma.

Skinner said that improper clearing could leave space for the introduction of tall non-native grasses that burn hotter, faster and higher – adding risk to catching trees alight.

We know that introduction of state lotteries and casinos into neighborhoods increases crime.

The only thing I can think of is maybe the introductions, and what each team is able to do, that you feel a little different.

Among the most talked-about introductions have been zero-cost benefits around pay.

It gave GPT-3 the headline and introduction for a blog post and had it spit out several completed versions.

Montgomery also told me in May that her briefing with SDPD had been a mere introduction to the topic, triggering a lot more questions in her mind.

That 60% is also the threshold past which new introductions of the virus — say, an infected passenger disembarking from a cruise ship into a healthy port with herd immunity — will quickly burn out.

If you want to look for the starting point of the opioid crisis, it wouldn’t be a terrible idea to look back to the introduction of Oxycontin.

It would appear then that the year 1559 was about the period of the introduction of tobacco into Europe.