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noun in·tro \ˈin-(ˌ)trō\

Simple Definition of intro

  • : a short introduction to something (such as a performance or a musical work)

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of intro

plural

intros

Examples of intro in a sentence

  1. <in her intro the author offers rather precise definitions of some of the key words that she will be using throughout her book>



Circa 1899

First Known Use of intro

circa 1899


intro-

prefix in·tro

Definition of intro-

  1. 1 :  in :  into <introjection>

  2. 2 :  inward :  within <introvert> — compare extro-



Origin and Etymology of intro-

Latin, from intro inside, to the inside, from Old Latin *interus, adjective, inward


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