introductory

Introductory vs Introducing - What's the difference?

introductory | introducing |


As an adjective introductory

is introducing; giving a preview or idea of.

As a verb introducing is

.

Introductory vs Precedent - What's the difference?

introductory | precedent | Related terms |

Introductory is a related term of precedent.


As an adjective introductory

is introducing; giving a preview or idea of.

As a verb precedent is

.

Fundamentals vs Introductory - What's the difference?

fundamentals | introductory |


As a noun fundamentals

is .

As an adjective introductory is

introducing; giving a preview or idea of.

Introductory vs Undeveloped - What's the difference?

introductory | undeveloped | Related terms |

Introductory is a related term of undeveloped.


As adjectives the difference between introductory and undeveloped

is that introductory is introducing; giving a preview or idea of while undeveloped is not developed or used.

Introductory vs Supplementary - What's the difference?

introductory | supplementary | Related terms |

Introductory is a related term of supplementary.


As adjectives the difference between introductory and supplementary

is that introductory is introducing; giving a preview or idea of while supplementary is additional; added to supply what is wanted.

Introductive vs Introductory - What's the difference?

introductive | introductory |


As adjectives the difference between introductive and introductory

is that introductive is of, pertaining to, or serving as an introduction while introductory is introducing; giving a preview or idea of.

Introductory vs Proemial - What's the difference?

introductory | proemial | Related terms |

Introductory is a related term of proemial.


As adjectives the difference between introductory and proemial

is that introductory is introducing; giving a preview or idea of while proemial is of or pertaining to a proem or proemium.

Early vs Introductory - What's the difference?

early | introductory | Related terms |

Early is a related term of introductory.


As adjectives the difference between early and introductory

is that early is at a time in advance of the usual or expected event while introductory is introducing; giving a preview or idea of.

As an adverb early

is at a time before expected; sooner than usual.

As a noun early

is a shift (scheduled work period) that takes place early in the day.

Preparative vs Introductory - What's the difference?

preparative | introductory | Related terms |

Preparative is a related term of introductory.


As adjectives the difference between preparative and introductory

is that preparative is while introductory is introducing; giving a preview or idea of.

Introductory vs Explanatory - What's the difference?

introductory | explanatory | Related terms |

Introductory is a related term of explanatory.


As adjectives the difference between introductory and explanatory

is that introductory is introducing; giving a preview or idea of while explanatory is intended to serve as an explanation.

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