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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinauguratein‧au‧gu‧rate /ɪˈnɔːɡjəreɪt $ -ˈnɒː-/ verb [transitive]  1 PGONEWto hold an official ceremony when someone starts doing an important job in governmentinaugurate somebody as something On 8 January 1959 de Gaulle was inaugurated as first president of the Fifth Republic.2 PGOFIRSTto open a building or start an organization, event etc for the first time The Turner Prize was inaugurated in 1984.see thesaurus at establish3 BEGINNING formal if an event inaugurates an important change or period of time, it comes at the beginning of it The International Trade Agreement inaugurated a period of high economic growth.inauguration /ɪˌnɔːɡjəˈreɪʃən $ ɪˌnɒː-/ noun [countable, uncountable] President Hoover’s inauguration→ See Verb table
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inaugurateThe Washington summit actually eliminated major causes of tension, and promised to inaugurate a new world structure.It inaugurates a series of four books about Desert Storm that Clancy plans to write with leading commanders.The widow's case inaugurated Davide's career in justice.The new President will be inaugurated in January.In 1960, Brazil inaugurated its new capital, Brasilia.The faction was formally inaugurated on Dec. 18.The new Assembly was due to be inaugurated on June 1.Aurigny inaugurated services on 1st March 1968, flying a lone Islander.