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
But things change (and the pace picks up considerably from its exposition-heavy, conflict-free intro) when Capt.
The intro track on Truly Yours contrasts from what was essentially Hill’s love letter to her first child, Zion.
In her intro, Ellis noted that 2017 has seen some improvements, with gay and lesbian characters appearing in mainstream movies like Beauty and the Beast and Power Rangers even as other movies like CHiPS included humor rooted in gay panic.
That simple charm, akin to an intro from some sort of Rustbelt Garrison Keillor radio program, explains why Pawlowski's tale has gone viral over the past week or so, delighting the masses.
Just find an excuse to get past the awkward intro and into a conversation.
How about an intro to lock picking, juggling or building a marble run?
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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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