- admit (someone) formally to a post or organization；formally introduce (a member of the clergy) into possession of a benefice
verb: induct, 3rd person present: inducts, gerund or present participle: inducting, past tense: inducted, past participle: inducted
- 1. admit (someone) formally to a post or organization:
arrangements for inducting new members to an organization
- 2. formally introduce (a member of the clergy) into possession of a benefice:
he was then inducted as vicar of St Paul's
- 3. enlist (someone) for military service.
- 4. introduce someone to (a difficult or obscure subject):
my master inducted me into the skills of magic
- 5. install in a seat or room:
Hugh and his friends were inducted into the most honourable seats
- v.admit (someone) formally to a position or organization:
- each worker, if formally inducted into the Mafia, is known as a “soldier.”
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