inaugurator


inaugurator
inaugurate VERB 1) begin or introduce (a system, project, etc.). 2) admit formally to office. 3) officially mark the beginning or first public use of (a building, service, etc).
DERIVATIVES inaugural adjective inauguration noun inaugurator noun.
ORIGIN from Latin inauguratus 'consecrated after interpreting omens' , from augurare 'to augur' .

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  • inaugurator — noun see inaugurate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • inaugurator — in·au·gu·ra·tor …   English syllables

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