introduce to

introduce (someone) to (someone)

To present someone to someone else for the first time so that they can become acquainted. Has anyone introduced you to Margo? Tim, this is Margo— Margo, Tim. I can't wait to introduce you to my best friend—she's going to love you.
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introduce someone to someone

to make someone acquainted with someone else. I would like to introduce you to my cousin, Rudolph. Allow me to introduce myself to you.
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References in classic literature ?
But what is worst of all is, that general confusion which those who are in power introduce to impede the ordinary course of justice; which sufficiently shows what is the nature of the government, or rather lawless force: for it is usual with the principal persons amongst them to collect together some of the common people and their friends, and then revolt and set up for themselves, and come to blows with each other.
But let me introduce to you a new friend of mine, the Hungry Tiger."
of Italy (represented by Liebco in Cleveland) will introduce to the U.S.
of Greenville, S.C., will introduce to this country the Revive post-consumer recycling line from Sant'Andrea Novara of Italy, which processes commingled material at high contamination levels--for example, with up to 20% paper, 8% aluminum, 10% wood, or 5% other organic matter.
Diversified will also introduce to the North American market Proll pad- and screen-printing inks from Germany.
David Mazzalupo & Associates Inc., Old Lyme, Conn., will introduce to the U.S.
Battenfeld Extrusiontechnik GmbH of Germany will introduce to the North American market its newest Planex planetary-roller extruder, shown at K'89 in Dusseldorf (see PT, Jan.
Bayshore Vinyl Compounds will soon introduce to the U.S.