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I'm a beginner in German. The google translation translates "Darf ich euch vorstellen?" to "May I introduce you?"
Is it "May I introduce you (to others)?" Please somebody confirm it.

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Depending on the context you can translate

May I introduce you?

to

Darf ich Sie [mit Herrn Kowalski] bekannt machen?
Darf ich Sie [Herrn Kowalski] vorstellen?
(Sie: no friend[s] or relative[s])

Darf ich euch bekannt machen?
Darf ich euch [Frau Raddatz] vorstellen?
(euch: friends or relatives)

Darf ich dich [meiner neuen Freundin / meinem Onkel] vorstellen?
(dich: friend or relative)

Concerning your title example

Darf ich euch vorstellen?
means
May I introduce you to others?

but

Darf ich euch Frau Raddatz vorstellen?
means
May I introduce you to Mrs Raddatz?
but can also mean
May I introduce Mrs Raddatz to you?

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  • Ok, My question was if it means "May I introduce you?" or "May I introduce myself?" but from your answer I understand it means all "May I introduce you to someone (for example to Mr. Kowalski).". Danke.😊 – Chan Kim Mar 14 '17 at 15:46
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    @Chan Kim: Right, there is no case for »May I introduce myself?« Please see also my updated answer. – Pollitzer Mar 14 '17 at 16:49
  • Oh, that was very helpful. Especially the last example. Thanks! – Chan Kim Mar 14 '17 at 22:33

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