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Sinónimos detallados de initiate en inglés

initiate:

to initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)

  1. to initiate
    to initiate; start off; to set
  2. to initiate
    to suggest; to prompt; to initiate; to raise; to bring in
    • suggest verbo (suggests, suggested, suggesting)
    • prompt verbo (prompts, prompted, prompting)
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
    • raise verbo (raises, raised, raising)
    • bring in verbo (brings in, brought in, bringing in)
  3. to initiate
    to initiate
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
  4. to initiate
    to inaugurate; to initiate; to install; to instal
    • inaugurate verbo (inaugurates, inaugurated, inaugurating)
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
    • install verbo, americano (installs, installed, installing)
    • instal verbo, británico
  5. to initiate
    to engage; to initiate; operationalize; to begin
  6. to initiate
    to broach a subject; to raise; to put forward; to initiate; to broach; to sting; to reap; to bring up; to put on the table; to cut into; to throw up; to toss up; to cut; toss in the air
    • broach a subject verbo (broaches a subject, broached a subject, broaching a subject)
    • raise verbo (raises, raised, raising)
    • put forward verbo (puts forward, put forward, putting forward)
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
    • broach verbo (broaches, broached, broaching)
    • sting verbo (stings, stinged, stinging)
    • reap verbo (reaps, reaped, reaping)
    • bring up verbo (brings up, brought up, bringing up)
    • put on the table verbo (puts on the table, put on the table, putting on the table)
    • cut into verbo (cuts into, cut into, cutting into)
    • throw up verbo (throws up, threw up, throwing up)
    • toss up verbo (tosses up, tossed up, tossing up)
    • cut verbo (cuts, cut, cutting)
  7. to initiate
    to propose; to raise; to bring forward; to initiate; to bring in; to present; to introduce; to nominate
    • propose verbo (proposes, proposed, proposing)
    • raise verbo (raises, raised, raising)
    • bring forward verbo (brings forward, brought forward, bringing forward)
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
    • bring in verbo (brings in, brought in, bringing in)
    • present verbo (presents, presented, presenting)
    • introduce verbo (introduces, introduced, introducing)
    • nominate verbo (nominates, nominated, nominating)
  8. to initiate
    to invite; to engage; to invoke; to enlist; to initiate; operationalize; to begin; to call in
    • invite verbo (invites, invited, inviting)
    • engage verbo (engages, engaged, engaging)
    • invoke verbo (invokes, invoked, invoking)
    • enlist verbo (enlists, enlisted, enlisting)
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
    • begin verbo (begins, beginning)
    • call in verbo (calls in, called in, calling in)
  9. to initiate
    – set in motion, start an event or prepare the way for 1
    to initiate; to lead up
    – set in motion, start an event or prepare the way for 1
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
    • lead up verbo (leads up, led up, leading up)
  10. to initiate
    – bring up a topic for discussion 1
    to initiate; to broach
    – bring up a topic for discussion 1
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
    • broach verbo (broaches, broached, broaching)
  11. to initiate
    – bring into being 1
    to initiate; to originate; to start
    – bring into being 1
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
      • He initiated a new program1
    • originate verbo (originates, originated, originating)
    • start verbo (starts, started, starting)
  12. to initiate
    – take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of 1
    to initiate; pioneer
    – take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of 1
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
    • pioneer verbo
      • This South African surgeon pioneered heart transplants1
  13. to initiate
    – accept people into an exclusive society or group, usually with some rite 1
    to initiate; induct
    – accept people into an exclusive society or group, usually with some rite 1
    • initiate verbo (initiates, initiated, initiating)
      • African men are initiated when they reach puberty1
    • induct verbo

Conjugaciones de initiate:

present
  1. initiate
  2. initiate
  3. initiates
  4. initiate
  5. initiate
  6. initiate
simple past
  1. initiated
  2. initiated
  3. initiated
  4. initiated
  5. initiated
  6. initiated
present perfect
  1. have initiated
  2. have initiated
  3. has initiated
  4. have initiated
  5. have initiated
  6. have initiated
past continuous
  1. was initiating
  2. were initiating
  3. was initiating
  4. were initiating
  5. were initiating
  6. were initiating
future
  1. shall initiate
  2. will initiate
  3. will initiate
  4. shall initiate
  5. will initiate
  6. will initiate
continuous present
  1. am initiating
  2. are initiating
  3. is initiating
  4. are initiating
  5. are initiating
  6. are initiating
subjunctive
  1. be initiated
  2. be initiated
  3. be initiated
  4. be initiated
  5. be initiated
  6. be initiated
diverse
  1. initiate!
  2. let's initiate!
  3. initiated
  4. initiating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

initiate [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the initiate
    the initiate; the insider
  2. the initiate
    – people who have been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity 1
    the initiate; the enlightened
    – people who have been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity 1
    • initiate [the ~] sustantivo
      • it is very familiar to the initiate1
    • enlightened [the ~] sustantivo
  3. the initiate
    – someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field 1
    the initiate; the learned person; the pundit; the savant
    – someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field 1
  4. the initiate
    – someone new to a field or activity 1
    the initiate; the novice; the beginner; the tyro; the tiro
    – someone new to a field or activity 1
    • initiate [the ~] sustantivo
    • novice [the ~] sustantivo
    • beginner [the ~] sustantivo
    • tyro [the ~] sustantivo, británico
    • tiro [the ~] sustantivo, americano

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Definiciones relacionadas de "initiate":

  1. people who have been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity1
    • it is very familiar to the initiate1
  2. someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field1
  3. someone new to a field or activity1
  4. set in motion, start an event or prepare the way for1
  5. bring up a topic for discussion1
  6. bring into being1
    • He initiated a new program1
  7. take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of1
  8. accept people into an exclusive society or group, usually with some rite1
    • African men are initiated when they reach puberty1