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induct

US [ɪnˈdʌkt]
UK [ɪn'dʌkt]
  • v.(尤指在典礼上)使正式就职;正式吸收(为成员);(尤指)征召入伍
  • Web感应;使就职;引导
Simple Present:inducts  Present Participle:inducting  Past Tense:inducted  
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v.
1.
(尤指在典礼上)使正式就职to formally give sb a job or position of authority, especially as part of a ceremony
2.
正式吸收(为成员);(尤指)征召入伍to officially introduce sb into a group or an organization, especially the army
3.
使了解;传授to introduce sb to a particular area of knowledge
They were inducted into the skills of magic.
他们获得传授魔术。

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