Initiate [verb]

Definition of Initiate:

start, introduce

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Sentence/Example of Initiate:

You’ll find ice climbing for the well-initiated, or you can cross-country ski on the unplowed roads throughout the park.

As the head of his department, Salerno had the authority to initiate a purchase like the $7,000 badge, according to Moor.

Over several weeks, police say, 30 men initiated “explicit conversations” and sought to meet for sex.

We’ve seen a lot of market manipulation over the past couple of weeks, a lot of it initiated by Reddit’s WallStreetBets forum.

Voice calls are used to initiate most processes, whether it’s to obtain critical information, follow up on a form or previous communication, or pass on some data, or of course provide clearance for a payment.

The group has initiated the Senior Family Dog Project, or EVOLOR, to look specifically into cognitive aging.

One moment, he’s bringing the ball up the court and initiating the offense.

Brown, who agrees that the hunts are planned, is curious how about how they’re initiated.

You have to notify some trackers that you’re going to bed in order to initiate sleep monitoring, but others do it automatically as long as you are wearing your device to bed.

Pack initiated the review to create files documenting “employee misconduct,” as internal records refer to it, against five executive members of USAGM.