Let me introduce myself

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Let me (or "allow me to") introduce myself: Permit me to give you my name, to present myself

to introduce (someone or something): to establish, to bring in, to present (someone or something)
to introduce oneself to make oneself known, to present oneself
to introduce an idea to suggest, to propose an idea

to introduce can also mean "to insert" or to "bring in":

The virus was introduced to the computer at 9am and in less than 3 hours the entire network was infected.
The Europeans introduced many diseases to America when they first arrived. Many natives died from these diseases because their bodies had no way of fighting the foreign illnesses.

And introducing... (Charlie Chaplin!): And let me present, and here is... (Charlie Chaplin!)


  • "You will introduce yourself, and give a brief description of your role in your corporation."
  • "Come on, let me introduce you to the gang."
  • "Just wanted to introduce you to Framboise."
  • "Without further ado, I'd like to introduce my "piece de resistance", my "raison d'être", my "chef d'oeuvre", my "hors d'oeuvre", and other French words."
  • "Bruno's "special assistant" Brian Jones will be showing Ms. Lohan the offices, and introducing her to the staff individually."
  • "I'd like to introduce you to Garth Ripley, from the marketing department of our Australian division in Sydney."
  • "Today, I'd like to introduce you to the future of the Delavigne Corporation, the future of humanity."
  • "Philip : Hannah, aren't you going to introduce me to your other, more attractive friend?"
  • "And introducing."
  • "Bruno : Let me introduce myself."

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