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Sentence count:182+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-20Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: admitbeginbreak the iceeducateheadinstallinstituteinstructintroducelaunchleadlet inoriginatepioneerreceivestarttake inSimilar words: initiativeinitialinitiallynegotiatedefinitionnegotiationin itselfdefinitelyMeaning: [ɪ'nɪʃɪeɪt]  n. 1. someone new to a field or activity 2. someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field 3. people who have been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity. v. 1. bring into being 2. take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of 3. accept young people into society, usually with some rite 4. bring up a topic for discussion 5. prepare the way for. 
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1. The ability to initiate and operate independently.
2. They wanted to initiate a discussion on economics.
3. They have decided to initiate legal proceedings against the newspaper.
4. A language teacher should initiate pupils into the elements of grammar.
5. Each culture had a special ritual to initiate boys into manhood.
6. Anyone has the right to initiate legislation in Parliament by means of a private bill.
7. We must marshal our resources to initiate a debate.
8. But it is rare to initiate the formal process.
9. Use the legs and feet to initiate movement.
10. It must initiate, formulate and direct general policy.
11. He also proposes to initiate discussions on planning procedures,( within the context of the new statutory planning and local government systems.
12. These organizations were to initiate a renewal scheme for one of the most deprived areas in Britain.
13. It is up to citizens working together to initiate a long term process of communication, mutual support and joint action.
14. She is not allowed to make diagnoses, initiate drug treatment, or certify death.
15. It will not be eager to initiate those steps which would enable that society to function in unmanageable or unexpected ways.
16. The societies would need to initiate recruiting campaigns, and trade union skills and organization would be crucial to their success.
17. Nothing can prepare the initiate for this first breathtaking vision of the planet for which he has been designated steward.
18. When the Reclusiarch passed back again, each initiate must hold out his middle finger, pointing stiffly forward from his fist.
19. The couple plan to initiate legal proceedings against the police.
20. Therefore, I initiate disulfiram treatment by prescribing the drug for the patient to self-administer.
21. A Labour government would immediately initiate the widest possible review defence commitments world-wide and set up an arms conversion agency.
22. Of course it would be ideal to have a material in which it was impossible to initiate cracks at all.
23. It has also shown that they are most effective in situations of crisis because of their ability to initiate and control social interactions.
24. After the registration statements are effective, Maxxam said it will be able to initiate securities offerings.
25. The children in the following example were using a collection of beads, and their teacher decided to initiate an activity.
26. Therefore it is in women teachers' own interests, as well as those of their female pupils to initiate or support anti-sexist reforms.
27. Through their properties of adherence to vascular or foreign surfaces and their aggregation with other platelets they can initiate haemostasis.
28. First of all, some forward cyclic is needed to initiate the forward movement.
29. These would include genuine participation in the selection of Commission members and the right to initiate legislation.
30. The Act allows, for the first time, children to initiate proceedings and instruct a solicitor to make court applications independently.
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