An example of an introduction is when you have a section in a book before the first chapter.
- A preface, as to a book.
- A short preliminary passage in a larger movement or work.
- A basic introductory text or course of study.
An example of introduction is when you create a new product and tell customers about it in a commercial.
An example of introduction is when you are at a party and you bring your husband and friend together and say "Mark, this is Judy. Judy, this is Mark."
- The preliminary section of a book, often having material considered essential to an understanding of the main text.
- The preliminary part of a speech, treatise, etc.
- An opening section of a musical composition.
- A preliminary guide or text.
Origin of introduction
- Middle English introduccioun from Old French introduction from Latin intrōductiō intrōductiōn- from intrōductus past participle of intrōdūcere to bring in introduce
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition