introductio

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From intrōdūcō ‎(to lead in), from intrō ‎(into) + dūcō ‎(to lead, to pull), + -tio ‎(-tion, forming nouns from verbs)

Noun[edit]

intrōductīō f ‎(genitive intrōductīōnis); third declension

  1. innovation
  2. (literature) A lead-in; an introduction, a preface

Inflection[edit]

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative intrōductīō intrōductīōnēs
genitive intrōductīōnis intrōductīōnum
dative intrōductīōnī intrōductīōnibus
accusative intrōductīōnem intrōductīōnēs
ablative intrōductīōne intrōductīōnibus
vocative intrōductīō intrōductīōnēs

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