debut collocations and examples

 UK /ˈdeɪbjuː/

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the first public appearance of a performer or sports player


Adjectives frequently used with debut
when debut goes well: impressive, promising, successfulThis is a promising debut from McAlevy and I would recommend it to fans of the horror-comedy genre.types of debut: acting, directorial, international, professional
Nouns frequently used before debut
acting and singing: film, screen, singing, solo, stagePlummer made her New York stage debut in Artichoke in 1979.sport: first-team, home, league, TestHe has yet to make his first-team debut.
Verbs frequently used with debut
when someone appears for the first time: makeHe made his debut for Australia last year.be someone’s debut: markThe play marks the directorial debut of David Leonard.
 
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