Add and Introduce

Add

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Add verb – To join (something) to a mass, quantity, or number so as to bring about an overall increase.
Usage example: add another cup of flour to the mixture

Introduce is a synonym for add in bring topic. In some cases you can use "Introduce" instead a verb "Add", when it comes to topics like interject.
Nearby Words: added, adding
Synonyms for Add

Introduce

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Introduce verb – To put among or between others.
Usage example: introduce a new variable to the equation

Add is a synonym for introduce in insert topic. Sometimes you can use "Add" instead a verb "Introduce", if it concerns topics such as bring, instil.
Nearby Words: introduction, introducing
Synonyms for Introduce

Common collocations

character add character introduce character
point add point introduce point
number add number introduce number
time add time introduce time
Other nouns: characters, game, element, tension, drama, items, rules, gun, elements, points, weapons, members, girls.

Both words in one sentence

  • Woman Scorned Another one lies in The Earl of Toulos and its variants, where two failed lovers accuse the empress of infidelity, going so far as to introduce a man into her bed to add evidence.
    Source: Woman Scorned
  • Useful Notes / Nintendo 3DS Soon the eShop would introduce DLC and demo support, and will later add browser and mobile-based access to the eShop.
  • To add to the abruptness, the very next song on Introduce Yourself, the title track, has a Lyrical Cold Open.
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