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de·but

also dé·but  (dā-byo͞o′, də-, dā′byo͞o′)
n.
1. A first public appearance, as of a performer.
2. The formal presentation of a young woman to society.
3. The beginning of a course of action: the debut of a new foreign policy.
tr. & intr.v. de·buted (-byo͞od′), de·but·ing (-byo͞o′ĭng), de·buts (-byo͞oz′) also dé·buted or dé·but·ing or dé·buts
To present in or make a debut: an automobile company that will debut a new hybrid model next fall; a series that debuted on network television.

[French début, from débuter, to give the first stroke in a game, begin : dé-, from, away (from Old French de-; see de-) + but, goal, target (from Old French butte; see butt3).]

debut

(ˈdeɪbjuː; ˈdɛbjuː)
n
1. (Theatre)
a. the first public appearance of an actor, musician, etc, or the first public presentation of a show
b. (as modifier): debut album.
2. (Sociology) the presentation of a debutante
vb (intr)
to make a debut
[C18: from French début, from Old French desbuter to play first (hence: make one's first appearance), from des- de- + but goal, target; see butt2]

de•but

or dé•but

(deɪˈbyu, dɪ-, ˈdeɪ byu)

n., v. -buted, -but•ing,
adj. n.
1. a first public appearance or presentation, as of a performer, artistic work, or new product.
2. a formal introduction of a young woman into society.
v.i.
3. to make a debut.
v.t.
4. to perform (something) for the first time before an audience.
5. to introduce, as a new product.
adj.
6. of or constituting a first appearance.
[1745–55; < French début, derivative of débuter to make the first stroke in a game, make one's first appearance; see butt2]

debut


Past participle: debuted
Gerund: debuting

Imperative
debut
debut
Present
I debut
you debut
he/she/it debuts
we debut
you debut
they debut
Preterite
I debuted
you debuted
he/she/it debuted
we debuted
you debuted
they debuted
Present Continuous
I am debuting
you are debuting
he/she/it is debuting
we are debuting
you are debuting
they are debuting
Present Perfect
I have debuted
you have debuted
he/she/it has debuted
we have debuted
you have debuted
they have debuted
Past Continuous
I was debuting
you were debuting
he/she/it was debuting
we were debuting
you were debuting
they were debuting
Past Perfect
I had debuted
you had debuted
he/she/it had debuted
we had debuted
you had debuted
they had debuted
Future
I will debut
you will debut
he/she/it will debut
we will debut
you will debut
they will debut
Future Perfect
I will have debuted
you will have debuted
he/she/it will have debuted
we will have debuted
you will have debuted
they will have debuted
Future Continuous
I will be debuting
you will be debuting
he/she/it will be debuting
we will be debuting
you will be debuting
they will be debuting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been debuting
you have been debuting
he/she/it has been debuting
we have been debuting
you have been debuting
they have been debuting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been debuting
you will have been debuting
he/she/it will have been debuting
we will have been debuting
you will have been debuting
they will have been debuting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been debuting
you had been debuting
he/she/it had been debuting
we had been debuting
you had been debuting
they had been debuting
Conditional
I would debut
you would debut
he/she/it would debut
we would debut
you would debut
they would debut
Past Conditional
I would have debuted
you would have debuted
he/she/it would have debuted
we would have debuted
you would have debuted
they would have debuted

debut


Past participle: débuted
Gerund: débuting

Imperative
debut
debut
Present
I debut
you debut
he/she/it débuts
we debut
you debut
they debut
Preterite
I débuted
you débuted
he/she/it débuted
we débuted
you débuted
they débuted
Present Continuous
I am débuting
you are débuting
he/she/it is débuting
we are débuting
you are débuting
they are débuting
Present Perfect
I have débuted
you have débuted
he/she/it has débuted
we have débuted
you have débuted
they have débuted
Past Continuous
I was débuting
you were débuting
he/she/it was débuting
we were débuting
you were débuting
they were débuting
Past Perfect
I had débuted
you had débuted
he/she/it had débuted
we had débuted
you had débuted
they had débuted
Future
I will debut
you will debut
he/she/it will debut
we will debut
you will debut
they will debut
Future Perfect
I will have débuted
you will have débuted
he/she/it will have débuted
we will have débuted
you will have débuted
they will have débuted
Future Continuous
I will be débuting
you will be débuting
he/she/it will be débuting
we will be débuting
you will be débuting
they will be débuting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been débuting
you have been débuting
he/she/it has been débuting
we have been débuting
you have been débuting
they have been débuting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been débuting
you will have been débuting
he/she/it will have been débuting
we will have been débuting
you will have been débuting
they will have been débuting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been débuting
you had been débuting
he/she/it had been débuting
we had been débuting
you had been débuting
they had been débuting
Conditional
I would debut
you would debut
he/she/it would debut
we would debut
you would debut
they would debut
Past Conditional
I would have débuted
you would have débuted
he/she/it would have débuted
we would have débuted
you would have débuted
they would have débuted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.debut - the act of beginning something newdebut - the act of beginning something new; "they looked forward to the debut of their new product line"
commencement, start, beginning - the act of starting something; "he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations"
induction - the act of bringing about something (especially at an early time); "the induction of an anesthetic state"
product introduction - the introduction (usually by an advertising campaign) of a new product or product line
ushering in - the introduction of something new; "it signalled the ushering in of a new era"
naturalisation, naturalization - the introduction of animals or plants to places where they flourish but are not indigenous
2.debut - the presentation of a debutante in society
intro, introduction, presentation - formally making a person known to another or to the public
Verb1.debut - present for the first time to the public; "The band debuts a new song or two each month"
performing arts - arts or skills that require public performance
innovate, introduce - bring something new to an environment; "A new word processor was introduced"
2.debut - appear for the first time in public; "The new ballet that debuts next months at Covent Garden, is already sold out"
performing arts - arts or skills that require public performance
play - be performed or presented for public viewing; "What's playing in the local movie theater?"; "`Cats' has been playing on Broadway for many years"
3.debut - make one's debut; "This young soprano debuts next month at the Metropolitan Opera"
performing arts - arts or skills that require public performance
perform - give a performance (of something); "Horowitz is performing at Carnegie Hall tonight"; "We performed a popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera"

debut

noun entrance, beginning, launch, launching, coming out, introduction, presentation, first appearance, initiation, inauguration This young player has his international debut next week.

debut

also debut
also début
noun
The instance or occasion of being presented for the first time to society:
verb
To make one's formal entry, as into society:
Idiom: make one's bow.
Translations
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debut

début [ˈdeɪbuː]
A. N (Theat) (= first appearance) → debut m, presentación f (fig) → primer acto m
to make one's debut (Theat) → debutar, hacer su presentación; (in society) → presentarse en sociedad, ponerse de largo
B. VI [artist, actor] → debutar; [film, play] → estrenarse
C. CPD debut album N (Mus) → álbum m de debut, álbum m de presentación

debut

[ˈdeɪbjuː ˈdɛbjuː] n [performer, sportsperson] → débuts mpldebut album n [singer, band] → premier album m

début

n (lit, fig)Debüt nt; to make one’s début (in society) → in die Gesellschaft eingeführt werden; (Theat) → debütieren, sein Debüt geben; (fig)sein Debüt geben; début albumDebütalbum nt

debut

[ˈdeɪbjuː] ndebutto
to make one's debut → debuttare, fare il proprio debutto
to make one's stage/film debut → debuttare sulle scene/sullo schermo

debut, début

(ˈdeibjuː) , ((American) deiˈbju:) noun
a first public appearance on the stage etc. She made her stage debut at the age of eight.
References in classic literature ?
It was the first attention which Wilson had ever received at the hands of any party; it was a sufficiently humble one, but it was a recognition of his debut into the town's life and activities at last; it was a step upward, and he was deeply gratified.
She was applauded all the more; and her debut with Faust seemed about to bring her a new success, when suddenly.
My sudden disappearance from it excited quite as much sensation as my debut in it.
the city assembled last night to witness the debut upon metropolitan
He recognized her, guessed her feelings, saw that it was her debut, remembered her conversation at the window, and with an expression of pleasure on his face approached Countess Rostova.
She was to make her debut on the third of January, at a magnificent ball, which her mamma proposed to give to all the nobility and choice gentry of O and its neighbourhood for twenty miles round.
Rawdon Crawley's debut was, on the contrary, very brilliant.
12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Los Angeles Auto Show confirmed today that nearly 50 vehicles will debut at the show Nov.
Duncan Edwards Debut: 1955 v Scotland Age on Debut: 18 Caps: 18 (5 goals) Was given his England debut by Walter Winterbottom to make him the youngest England post-war international at 18 years and 183 days, a record that stood for over 40 years.
Made his England debut as a teenager and in recent years has held down a defensive midfield role.
Here is a list of notable players who have made their debuts since World War II, after turning 30: Alan Thompson, Celtic, England debut at age 30 v Sweden in 2004, caps 1.
Made his England debut the day after his 20th birthday and was immediately selected for Euro 2000.