- anwythoinductancecynefinocwblhau'r cyfnod sefydluanwytho
Verb(1) place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position(2) accept people into an exclusive society or group, usually with some rite(3) admit as a member(4) produce electric current by electrostatic or magnetic processes(5) introduce or initiate
(1) She knew that Jimmy would induct Kong into the Triads soon, but she didn't realize HOW soon├ö├ç┬¬ it had only been a week!(2) He was the first post-World War I major leaguer inducted into military service in 1941.(3) I didn't think too much of it until our Rescue Officer had us all stay back in the meeting room after the new inductees and the rest of management had left.(4) The service was held at St Mary's Parish Church and the newly inducted Vicar led the service in which the church choir took part.(5) New members were also inducted into the Senior Citizens Association at the meeting.(6) I was inducted into the real estate business as a child.(7) He was inducted to the pastorate of the Reformed Baptist Church, Inverness, on 17 January.(8) For his work, Lemaitre was inducted as a member of the Royal Academy of Belgium.(9) Unfortunately, Donald was drafted for military service and was inducted into the U.S. Army in July.(10) He was inducted into the Racing Hall of Fame last year and earned a special Eclipse Award in 1995.(11) In Benaras he came in close contact with Karpatriji Maharaj, who inducted him into the Shaivite school of Hinduism and he was renamed Shiv Sharan.(12) He was inducted as God's appointed pastor for this body of believers.(13) In 1666 he returned to London to work as co-pastor in the Devonshire Square church, and was inducted by William Kiffin and Hanserd Knollys.(14) The five inductees in the performer category were the top vote-getters among 15 nominees on this year's ballot.(15) We also officially inducted the new board members.(16) This will be the sixth class of individuals inducted in the hall of fame.
1. admit to ::
2. introduce to ::
3. initiate ::
4. invest ::
5. induce ::
Different Formsinduct, inductance, inducted, inductee, inductees, inducting, inducts
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