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de·but / dāˈbyoō/ • n. a person's first appearance or performance in a capacity or role: his debut as a director. ∎  the first public appearance of a new product or presentation of a theatrical show. ∎  [as adj.] denoting the first recording or publication of a group, singer, or writer: a debut album. ∎ dated the first appearance of a debutante in society. • v. [intr.] perform in public for the first time. ∎  (of a new product) be launched. ∎  [tr.] (of a company) launch (a new product).

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début entry into society. XVIII. — F., f. débuter make the first stroke in a game, f. DE- + but goal.

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début

début (Fr.). Beginning. First public appearance.

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