Definition of intro
Examples of intro in a Sentence
in her intro the author offers rather precise definitions of some of the key words that she will be using throughout her book
Recent Examples of intro from the Web
That being said, this isn't a gentle intro for Splatoon newbies.
In March, Hilary opened up about the exhausting process of filming those intros.
The choreographers freestyled a little through their intros, then got down to business.
The video also goes into the intro's not-so-subtle symbolism.
INTRO TO FISHING WHEN: Thursday, July 6 - 9am to 10a.m. Ready to cast your bait and reel in the big fish this summer, but not sure how or where to start?
Car Seat Headrest, Teens of Denial I was hooked from the guitar intro of this album's first track, which sounds like an homage to Guided by Voices.
After the show's typical intro segment, a computer malfunction caused the show to start airing Tuesday before Edwards knew the cameras had turned on.
The film's trailer is a good intro to the circumstances involved.
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First Known Use of intro
Definition of intro-
1 : in : into introjection
2 : inward : within introvert — compare extro-
Origin and Etymology of intro-
Latin, from intro inside, to the inside, from Old Latin *interus, adjective, inward
INTRO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intro for English Language Learners
: a short introduction to something (such as a performance or a musical work)
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