英 ['deɪbjuː; -buː]
- n. 初次登台；开张
- vi. 初次登台
- n. (Debut)人名；(法)德比
de-, 向下，离开。-but, 击，打，目标，词源同beat, butt. 即打向目标的，词义引申富家女子首次亮相，登上社交舞台。
- debut (n.)
- 1751, from French début "first appearance," a figurative use from débuter "make the first stroke at billiards," also "to lead off at bowls" (a game akin to bowling), 16c., from but "mark, goal," from Old French but "end" (see butt (n.3)). The verb is first attested 1830.
Début can only be pronounced as French, and should not be used by anyone who shrinks from the necessary effort. [Fowler]
- 1. The group's debut album was immediately acclaimed a hip hop classic.
- 2. She was scarcely 18 when she made her debut.
- 3. His debut album was hugely successful Stateside.
- 4. Dundee United's Dave Bowman makes his international debut.
- 5. Their debut single is a stunner.
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