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Term: inaugurated

Part of Speech: Verb

Sense 1: to formally or ceremonially introduce or initiate something

Example sentence: The President will be inaugurated into office tomorrow.

Sense 2: to formally begin or open something, such as an event or organization

Example sentence: The new building will be inaugurated next week with a grand celebration.

Sense 3: to be formally appointed or sworn in to a position

Example sentence: The new Prime Minister will be inaugurated by taking the oath of office.

Sense 4: to commence or initiate a period or era

Example sentence: The advent of the internet inaugurated a new era of communication.

Sense 5 (Local Usage): to celebrate the opening or launch of a local establishment or event

Example sentence: The new restaurant will be inaugurated with a special menu for the local community.

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