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induct into (something)

1. To formally install or inaugurate someone into a particular office, group, or role. A noun or pronoun can be used between "induct" and "into." The incumbent will induct Sharon into the office of mayor next Friday. When will we be inducted into the honor society?
2. To conscript or draft someone into military service. A noun or pronoun can be used between "induct" and "into." In this country, we don't just induct people into the armed forces.
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induct someone into something

 
1. to conscript someone into the armed services; to bring a nonvolunteer into the armed services. They inducted Wally into the army in a little ceremony.
2. to draft someone into something. They inducted a number of new members into the group.
3. to install someone in an office or position. They inducted her into the presidency. The college inducted a new president into office last week.
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On October 15, CM Murad had inducted Taimur Talpur, Syed Awais Shah, Murtaza Baloch and Abdul Bari Pitafi into the provincial cabinet after an oath that was administered by Sindh Governor Imran Ismail.
Faisal Vawda is also expected to be inducted into the federal cabinet, but his portfolio is yet not known.
Prime Minister Oli inducted two ministers each from the CPNUML and CPN-Maoist (Centre) in his second expansion on Monday.
Pakistan Railways will induct 26 locomotives in financial year
While Sir Paul will be doing the honours for the former Beatles drummer, Wrecking Ball singer Miley Cyrus has been confirmed as the presenter who will induct Joan Jett.
McCartney, who is already honored in the Hall of Fame both as part of the Beatles and as a solo artist, will induct his former bandmate Ringo Starr, the music museum announced Wednesday.
The airline is also planning to induct an additional Boeing 787 on the domestic routes.
Paul Thompson, a 1957 graduate who starred in football and track and was a state champion diver, also will be inducted along with Curt Luckey Jr., an all-league performer in football and basketball who graduated in 1944.
The American Poultry Historical Society has announced it would induct Jack England, founder of Rison's England Farm Inc., into the American Poultry Hall of Fame.
The main coalition partner UCPN (Maoist) on Saturday called back all its ministers after the Prime Minister Khanal rejected to the Maoist demand to induct new ministers in the cabinet.
BSNL will progressively induct newer technologies in its network, in accordance with the laid down procedures on the subject for providing better services to its valued customers.
Earlier, SP's Mithilesh Kumar and BJD's Rudra Madhab Ray had asked " whether the government proposes to induct women for combat duties, including fighter pilots in the air force?" To this, minister of state for defence M.
But Powless was left wondering whether the selectors made the right choice when they opted to induct Caughnawaga.
After thorough consultation the provincial cabinet has decided to induct 42 new development schemes for Balochistan in next federal Public Sector Development Fund (PSDP) for which a suggestive summary has already been sent to the centre.
Meanwhile, the Indian Air Force will induct the first four of its 15 Chinook heavy-lift choppers on Monday in Chandigarh where these helicopters have been deployed.