Definition of initiation in English:

initiation

Line breaks: ini¦ti|ation
Pronunciation: /ɪˌnɪʃɪˈeɪʃn
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • 2The action of beginning something: the initiation of criminal proceedings
    More example sentences
    • The most recent development in academic programs has been the initiation of the PhD-granting program in Rehabilitation Sciences.
    • In such cases, the government is simply doing its entirely proper, strictly limited job of protecting individual rights from the initiation of physical force.
    • The initiation of a review is the responsibility of the administrator's supervisor, who shall tailor the review to the unique aspects of the position.
    Synonyms
    introduce, admit, let, induct, install, instate, incorporate, ordain, invest, enlist, enrol, recruit, sign up, swear in; convert

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