One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
nounPlural introduction agenciesBritish
A service which arranges introductions for people seeking romantic partners.‘he met her through an introduction agency’
- ‘Our introduction agency offers a dating solution by creating introductions based on Personalised Matchmaking through our Singles Network.’
- ‘But an introduction agency mistakenly advertised he was offering a dowry of up to $1.7 million and property, the court heard.’
- ‘They have recently launched an exclusive, confidential personal introduction agency for the gay community.’
- ‘There are now many different ways to meet your partner, from introduction agencies to online dating and now smartphone apps.’
- ‘They soon discover that finding love second time around is a challenge that even speed dating, introduction agencies and personal ads can't crack.’
- ‘He advised consumers to get introduction agency agreements in writing and to be wary of additional costs and ongoing requests for money.’
- ‘A quarter of all weddings held in New York last year involved couples who met via introduction agencies.’
- ‘She runs an introduction agency and singles' dating service, located in the heart of the Cotswolds.’
- ‘The fact that both Bill and I have been married and divorced, and had previously tried out introduction agencies, means that we can relate to our clients.’
- ‘Though I would have found a traditional introduction agency too intrusive, with online dating it's all left to the database.’
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