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debuted

Pronounced "deh-byood," it means "introduced" or "launched." Debuted is the past tense of the verb "debut" (pronounced "deh-byoo"), which means to appear in public. As a noun, a "debut" is an appearance. These English words are pronounced entirely differently than they appear.
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