debut

[ UK /dˈe‍ɪbjuː/ ]
[ US /ˈdeɪbju, deɪbˈju/ ]
VERB
  1. present for the first time to the public
    The band debuts a new song or two each month
  2. appear for the first time in public
    The new ballet that debuts next months at Covent Garden, is already sold out
  3. make one's debut
    This young soprano debuts next month at the Metropolitan Opera
NOUN
  1. the act of beginning something new
    they looked forward to the debut of their new product line
  2. the presentation of a debutante in society
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How To Use debut In A Sentence

  • Her chart-topping debut album, ‘Ashanti’, has sold 3.1 million copies.
  • She also debuts on the collectors' Web site, www. barbie. com.
  • Thus far, there have been eight, and two will be making their racecourse debuts this summer. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was a raggle-taggle look to Smith's team just as there had been on his debut as manager against Italy in Milan.
  • Lee's debut on the Xbox does not resemble a dragon, but prefers to plod along like a sloth, short on all the crucial fronts, lazily bumbling along everywhere else.
  • Taormina fell behind with a rough start in fencing, which is new to her, but made up the gap quickly in the swim and overhauled the leaders in the run to finish with 5,704 points in her debut. USATODAY.com - Athlete of the Week breezes through Windy City
  • Cher had heard that the debutante wasn't going to work in the laundry no more. INSIDERS
  • Censorial ministry website issues announcement, announce the country prevents corrupt bureau website to debut formally.
  • His auspicious debut might have given him the leverage to realize some of his grander plans.
  • Their latest disc is a worthy successor to their popular debut album.
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