Translation of introduction in Spanish:


presentación, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌɪntrəˈdəkʃ(ə)n//ˌɪntrəˈdʌkʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    • 1.1(to person)

      presentación feminine
      I'll make the introductions yo haré las presentaciones
      • I was given an introduction to the manager me dieron una carta de presentación para el director
      • Jessica had been waiting in a corner while the dukes had gone through their formal introductions.
      • After the formal introductions, Julie went on to talk about last year's projects for a long while, then we discussed ideas for this year for about half an hour.
      • The kids didn't even make introductions; names were irrelevant to having fun.
      • In such circumstances, you don't ask for a formal introduction.
      • He chuckled, turning her so her back faced his chest, and leaned on her shoulder, comforted by her presence without bothering with introductions.
      • They can set up formal introductions, ensuring that members get the proper attention.
      • Following the western cultural practice of ladies first, the entire session of formal introductions was completed in a blink of the eye.
      • Do you think that formal social introductions should be de rigueur?
      • Don't feel embarrassed about forgetting someone's name while making introductions.
      • There were no formal introductions to begin the meeting - and those who arrived not knowing the group already obviously didn't need to know.
      • He went through introductions, the names of The Gang and almost a dozen or so individuals who were now a grade or two higher than us who had been friends with Garland in previous years.
      • Outside of formal introductions greetings are often vocal and are not accompanied by a handshake or kiss.
      • I've got one more stop to make, and then we can make formal introductions, okay?
      • We were all very nervous but after the formal introduction, it was like talking to the lady next door.
      • As for his name, I hardly think a formal introduction was necessary.
      • Kristin made formal introductions but Jen and Hannah recognized the girls as members of the ‘A’ varsity team.
      • ‘Not a problem,’ Marco said with a grin, obviously less formal now that the introductions were over.
      • First of all, let me just make the formal introductions.
      • Sometimes I have to check my underpants just to remember my name when introductions are beings made.
      • We never really made it to the last names part of the introductions.

    • 1.2(to activity, experience)

      introducción feminine
      introduction to sth introducción a algo
      • it was a good introduction to the subject fue una buena introducción al tema
      • that was my introduction to France esa fue mi primera toma de contacto con Francia
      • her introduction to these mysteries su iniciación en estos misterios
      • His introduction to Test cricket in 1993 saw him savaged by the Australians and he looked like another devastating county bowler not tough enough for England.
      • My introduction to the Connemara way of life in the late 1960 s coincided with the last days of an older generation which had seen life under English rule and the emerging Irish Free State.
      • Her introduction to serious gardening came at the age of five, when she helped her dad to turn a one-acre wilderness into a lush green lawn.
      • My introduction to torment and bullying also began in primary school.
      • She is generous in her comments about her own introduction to poetry.
      • Having said that, the birth of this most memorable of patients would not have been such a remarkable experience if my introduction to obstetrics had been a little more conventional.
      • Their introduction to the United States began as a tantalizing but inchoate suggestion of opportunity.
      • ‘My first introduction to music was to traditional Greek,’ he recalls.
      • My introduction to the former Yugoslavia was thus entirely literary.
      • My introduction to the wonder of dogs came from my wife Robyn.
      • His introduction to youth work came two years ago through an adventure holiday organised by local police.
      • The roots of this approach might be traced to his introduction to experimental film-making.
      • His introduction to the game was slow and frustrating.
      • My introduction to what would become one of my favorite pastimes - the gay getaway - happened almost by accident.
      • Her introduction to sports took place when she was eight.
      • Our introduction to the project was through storytelling.
      • My introduction to showbiz came through the boy scouts.
      • My introduction to swordplay was not going well.
      • Their introduction to Australian ruminants proved to be successful… and the rest is history.
      • My introduction to his work as a composer was in the form of his Sonate Romantique for flute and piano.

    • 1.3(of speaker, performer)

      presentación feminine
      Dr Smith, who needs no introduction from me … el doctor Smith, que no necesita (de) ninguna presentación …
      • We have the opportunity to harness the potential of new science and technology for the good of all but there is understandable public unease about the rapid introduction of new technologies and their regulation.
      • With complex variations in clinical practice from hospital to hospital, the development and introduction of standards is now seen - both clinically and politically - as essential.
      • For vegetable and fruit growers IFA is demanding the immediate introduction of a targeted rescue package for producers.
      • Aside from existing problems, there will need to be a focus on introduction of new technology, new processes or chemicals.
      • As with any new technology, introduction will be slow and the initial products costly.
      • He wanted university education to be more oriented towards the needs of the industry, as introduction of new technologies will ensure cost reduction and excellence.
      • This revolution, based on the information age and the rapid introduction of new technology into all facets of human life, is changing the world into a global one.
      • The introduction of new technology is always disruptive to old markets, and particularly to those copyright owners whose works are sold through well-established distribution mechanisms.
      • In no other country has the price impact arising from introduction of a broad-based consumption tax washed out of the economic system within twelve months.
      • Their demands include introduction of a new career structure and a pay increase.
      • In the build-up to the directive's introduction, financial institutions will have detailed information to help those affected.
      • This will provide a more equitable policy framework to allow the development and introduction of cost-effective technological change and innovation.
      • On the whole, the above documents envisage development and large-scale introduction of advanced infocommunications technologies in Russia.
      • So what accounts for this concept's introduction into Democratic councils?
      • The introduction of the technology, which is prohibited in several countries, is likely to be opposed by privacy campaigners.
      • In terms of cost, virtually every provincial drug plan is under immense strain due to growing demand and the rapid introduction of new and costly prescription drugs.
      • The introduction of technology at this stage will ensure that demand planning is capable of maintaining its emphasis on the process and overall focus on customer requirements.
      • The introduction of reforms pursuant to this bill has been long awaited, and is absolutely necessary to help ensure that New Zealand's valuable dairy industry remains in good order.
      • However the cost and technology makes widespread introduction a long way off.
      • Development and introduction of new diagnostic techniques have greatly accelerated over the past decades.

  • 2

    • 2.1(bringing in)

      the introduction of another color el añadido de otro color
      • after his introduction in Act I, he does not reappear until the end después de su presentación en el primer acto, no vuelve a aparecer hasta el final

    • 2.2(of species, innovation, practice)

      introducción feminine

    • 2.3

      (of legislation, tax) introducción feminine
      (of bill) presentación feminine

  • 3formal

    (insertion, entry)
    introducción feminine
  • 4

    • 4.1(to meeting, lecture)

      presentación feminine
      • In the ‘about Neil’ section of the website is a bibliography; there are lots of introductions and articles listed.
      • The figures that the member for the Green Party refers to came out of a briefing - a brief introduction to a report that is under way on the value added by voluntary agencies.
      • The technique adopted in this volume is to bundle a series of essays arbitrarily culled from various publications with an explanatory introduction by the volume editor.
      • I've also written an explanatory introduction to the site.
      • Perhaps fear of being held to account for theories that pronounce on the nature of value in our culture have made the convention of the disclaimer so frequent in the prefaces or introductions of How To books.
      • Each chapter begins with an explanatory introduction.
      • There's a good introduction to the book in this section of an overall rather pedestrian interview with the author.
      • Featuring over 140 creative recipes and prefaced by witty introductions, the book offers an inspirational approach to cooking and eating seasonal food.
      • As Jolly notes in her introduction and own chapter in the book, the binaries of tradition and modernity are often reinforced by strenuous defenses by advocates on both sides.
      • Each volume has a brief introduction, plain text on the page, and sketchy notes and glosses at the end.
      • It also said there would be sufficient awareness of the issues to avoid any need for an explanatory introduction on the ballot paper.
      • The engravings were produced under his direction, while the introduction and explanatory text were written by Fortune Barthelemy de Felice.
      • In its introduction to this report, Guatemala noted the difficulty of assembling it, stressing that studies of this type are only a recent innovation.
      • The book includes an introduction to the Report and an explanation of its significance to public health reform.
      • I was pleased to discover all was not lost when I saw the introduction at the beginning of the magazine itself.
      • The excerpt is of the very beginning of Cavell's introduction to the book.
      • And the copious notes and introductions you'll find prefacing the first volume make a strong case for it.
      • The different emphasis of this committee is immediately apparent in the title and was reiterated in the introduction of the report.
      • The explanation given in the introduction to the original draft of the Bill is unsatisfactory.
      • On the subject of toiletries, hairbrushes and things, my dictionary says a ‘preface’ is an introduction to a book, usually explaining its intention or content.

    • 4.2(in book)

      introducción feminine

    • 4.3Music

      introducción feminine
      • I guess one could draw an equally strong analogy to the classical symphony's slow introduction before a first-movement allegro.
      • It also contains brooding and atmospheric music in the introduction and some quite effective string writing in the latter half.
      • This basic introduction also excludes triads and arpeggios.
      • The short ‘coda’ completes the symmetry of the piece by reprising both the texture and added dominant seventh chord of the introduction.
      • The trio brought elusive tension to the sometimes brooding slow introduction before the bright melody is introduced.
      • Some of the introductions to these arias are quite lengthy, which gives the players their own chance to shine.
      • From the gentle questioning of the First Sonata's introduction to the insanely entertaining Follia variations at the end, this is a recording that will open ears and minds.
      • The Seventh begins with a quicker tempo in the introduction as is becoming common these days.
      • The recurrence of the movement's introduction signals the sonata's final stages.
      • In the final movement, after a brief and quiet introduction, the piano enters aggressively with a short phrase.
      • This concerto has a rather long orchestral introduction, but she sat, patiently, waiting for her turn.
      • It begins with a short, tentative introduction of Bohemian wistfulness before launching on a vigorous sonata-form Allegro con brio.
      • Track six begins with a brief orchestral introduction, followed by the chorus singing the so-called ‘Panzerlied’.
      • After a short Spanish guitar introduction an electric guitar arpeggio repeats (the ‘surface’).
      • Unnecessary orchestral introductions taken from Richard Strauss and Rossini add little of value.
      • The orchestral introduction grips us by the scruff of the neck in the venom with which it makes hunting and stalking aurally incarnate.
      • This became especially noticeable during the brief orchestral introduction and the few symphonic transitions provided for set changes.
      • Extended instrumental introductions and occasional solos for guitar, horn and trumpet add tasteful variety to the program.
      • The symphony begins with an introduction where ideas jostle against and interrupt one another.
      • After a brief introduction, the music becomes a sensuous waltz, filled with regret.

  • 5

    (elementary instruction)
    introducción feminine
    iniciación feminine
    Introduction to Physics Introducción / Iniciación a la física