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From French début.

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Debut

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Debuts

Debut (plural Debuts)
  1. A performer's first-time performance to the public.
    Since making its debut two years ago, the program has gained cult status.

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to Debut

Third person singular
Debuts

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Debuted

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Debuted

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Debuting

to Debut (third-person singular simple present Debuts, present participle Debuting, simple past and past participle Debuted)
  1. (transitive, mostly, US) to formally introduce, as to the public
    Amalgamated Software Systems debuted release 3.2 in Spring of 2004.
  2. (intransitive) to make one's initial formal appearance
    Release 3.2 debuted to mixed reviews in Spring of 2004.

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Czech Wikipedia has an article on:
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From French début.

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Debut m.

  1. debut

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From French début (debut).

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Debut c. (singular definite Debuten or debut'en, plural indefinite Debuter or debut'er)

  1. debut

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Debut m. (plural debutes)

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Debut m.

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debutes m.

  1. debut

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