Verb(1) commence officially(2) open ceremoniously or dedicate formally(3) be a precursor of
(1) Flavius Julius Constantius was appointed as Maximian's junior to help inaugurate the new system of government in the West.(2) She was in Kochi on Monday to inaugurate an exhibition of diamonds.(3) In one promising sign, the government last week announced that it will inaugurate a new trade policy in May that will lower tariffs for a wide range of products over the next five years.(4) ├ö├ç├┐Although we may inaugurate the project on June 22, we are still uncertain about the amount of money that will be disbursed by the central government this year,├ö├ç├û he said.(5) The Mayor, J. Chandra, herself was there to inaugurate the camp.(6) Keynes' General Theory of 1936 did not inaugurate a new age of economic policies; rather it marked the end of a period.(7) He was inaugurated as vice president on 4 March 1901.(8) The show, which was inaugurated on Wednesday, will go on till Sunday.(9) A wise mayor inaugurated an annual international food festival where each nationality could show off its dishes.(10) My question to you is, what specific thing are you going to be doing first, after you are inaugurated as President?(11) Chosen as president by the Confederate provisional government established at Montgomery, Alabama, Davis was inaugurated in February 1861.(12) An actor inaugurated the event by releasing a poster to mark the occasion.(13) Corporate Affairs vice-president of Sundaram Finance Limited, R. Anand, inaugurated the event and released a souvenir on the occasion.(14) To be inaugurated on Friday, the exhibition will remain open for a week.(15) In the case of Christ as Lamb, it allows John to interpret Jesus' death as a means of redemption and liberation from the forces of evil while also acclaiming the resurrected Christ as cosmic ruler and inaugurator of a new age.(16) The Military Governor tried to prevent the Front's inauguratory meeting, which was due to take place in Acre, by imposing movement restrictions on 37 of the leading public figures.
(1) to inaugurate :: 発足します
1. initiate ::
2. admit to office ::
3. open ::
5. introduce ::
Different Formsinaugurate, inaugurated, inaugurates, inaugurating
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