- v place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position
there was a ceremony to induct the president of the Academy
- v accept people into an exclusive society or group, usually with some rite
- v admit as a member
We were inducted into the honor society
- v produce electric current by electrostatic or magnetic processes
- v introduce or initiate
The young geisha was inducted into the ways of her profession
- We told them the services would have to call up reserves and induct people who had been previously deferred.
- Thus did Dean John Thomas Madden of the New York University School of Commerce, Accounts Finance, induct himself as the third President of Alexander Hamilton Institute .
- An effort to induct only children with an interest in sportsinstead of targeting those with promising physiqueswas scrapped.
- Waqar Younis in DAWN.com
I will try to induct the same kind of aggression and fire in the team, which was Pakistan's trademark in 1990s as it is necessary for us to win and retain the title,Waqar said while talking to the media before the team's departure for the...
- Praful Patel in Forbes
In the past decade, their [the airlines'] market position has been adversely affected due to intense competition and their inability to induct new fleet,Patel said.