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Multiple Meanings
initiate

He initiated a new program
to start or begin; or (as a noun) someone being introduced to membership, position, or knowledge

The form, initiation, refers to the act of starting or beginning. It can have many more specialized senses. It can refer to something (such as a formal ceremony, period of instruction, or test) that acts to introduce someone into something (such as a group, activity, or field).
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