introduce (someone) to (someone)

When you "introduce" a person, you explain who they are.

To talk about introducing people, we use the form "Introduce (A) to (B)". It's a little unclear in this situation which person you're talking about, and which person you're talking to. For example:

Have I introduced you to Monica?

This means "Have I explained to you who Monica is?" but it also means "Have I explained who you are to Monica?"

We also use the phrase "Introduce ___ to each other."

I think I'm the one who introduced Bill and Ali to each other.

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