induct
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ɪnˈdʌkt/
Verb

induct (inducts, present participle inducting; past and past participle inducted)

  1. To bring in as a member; to make a part of.
    Franklin was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987, the first female inductee […]
  2. To formally or ceremoniously install in an office, position, etc.
    It is my pleasure to induct the new Officers for this coming term.
  3. To introduce into (particularly if certain knowledge or experience is required, such as ritual adulthood or cults).
    She was inducted into the ways of the legal profession.
  4. To draft into military service.
    At the time of war the President is authorized by law to induct persons into the armed forces involuntarily.
  5. (obsolete) To introduce; to bring in.
    The ceremonies in the gathering were first inducted by the Venetians.
Related terms Translations
  • French: initier
  • Russian: добавить
Translations
  • French: introniser
  • Russian: официа́льно вводи́ть в до́лжность
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