Meaning of REGISTER in English

REGISTER

I.

noun

1 list of names

ADJECTIVE

▪ full ( esp. BrE )

▪ annual ( esp. BrE )

▪ central , federal , national , public ( esp. BrE )

▪ statutory ( BrE )

▪ professional ( esp. BrE ), social

CEOs who were listed in a social ~

▪ attendance ( BrE )

the keeping of an attendance ~

▪ electoral ( esp. BrE )

residents listed on the electoral ~

▪ medical ( BrE )

Dr Shaw was struck off the medical ~ for misconduct.

▪ birth , marriage

▪ class , school (both BrE )

▪ church , parish (both esp. BrE )

▪ guest ( esp. AmE ), hotel ( esp. BrE )

▪ check ( AmE )

ways of reconciling bank statements with check ~s

▪ land ( esp. BrE ), share ( BrE )

▪ sex offenders' ( BrE )

He has been placed on the sex offenders' ~.

VERB + REGISTER

▪ appear on , be on (both esp. BrE )

All those appearing on the ~ must notify the authorities of any change of address.

▪ join ( esp. BrE )

▪ remain on ( BrE )

▪ keep ( esp. BrE ), maintain

They keep a ~ of all those who have contributed to the fund.

▪ call , take (both BrE ) ( take attendance in AmE )

The teacher takes the ~ at the beginning of each class.

▪ compile ( esp. BrE ), create , draw up ( esp. BrE ), establish ( esp. BrE )

She was asked to draw up a ~ of suitable sites.

▪ add sb/sth to

▪ enter sb/sth in , enter sb/sth on , ~ sth in , ~ sth on (all esp. BrE )

Their names had been entered in the ~ as owners of the company.

▪ remove sb from , strike sb from , strike sb off (all BrE )

He was struck off the medical ~ for professional misconduct.

▪ sign ( esp. BrE )

The bride and bridegroom signed the ~.

REGISTER + VERB

▪ contain sth , include sth

a ~ containing details of four million cars

REGISTER + NOUN

▪ office ( in the UK )

The Leas married in a ~ office.

PREPOSITION

▪ in a/the ~

It was the last entry in the ~.

▪ on a/the ~

There are 36 children on the ~.

PHRASES

▪ an entry in a ~ , an entry on a ~ ( esp. BrE )

2 range of notes of a voice/an instrument

ADJECTIVE

▪ high , low , middle , upper

the lower ~ of the piano

▪ vocal

▪ chest , head

PREPOSITION

▪ in a/the ~

boy trebles singing in high ~s

3 level/style of a piece of writing/speech

ADJECTIVE

▪ formal , informal

VERB + REGISTER

▪ adopt ( BrE )

He has adopted an informal ~ so as not to alienate his audience.

4 ( AmE ) machine used for money in a shop/store ⇨ See ↑ cash register

II.

verb

1 put sb/sth on an official list

ADVERB

▪ formally , officially

▪ properly

They had not properly ~ed as required by state law.

▪ legally

▪ fully ( esp. BrE )

On completion of the preregistration year, graduates become fully ~ed by the General Medical Council.

▪ duly

As I reached my eighteenth birthday I duly ~ed for military service.

▪ automatically

▪ online

Players must ~ online before playing the game.

VERB + REGISTER

▪ be required to , have to , must , need to , should

You must ~ the death within three days.

▪ be eligible to

▪ fail to

▪ refuse to

PREPOSITION

▪ as

the number of people officially ~ing as unemployed

▪ at

He ~ed at his local university.

▪ for

There is still time to ~ for English classes.

▪ with

Students living away from home are required to ~ with a local doctor.

PHRASES

▪ newly ~ed

the preferences of newly ~ed voters

2 notice sth

ADVERB

▪ barely , hardly

She had barely ~ed his presence.

▪ dimly , vaguely

He vaguely ~ed that the women had gone.

▪ slowly

The words ~ed slowly in her mind.

VERB + REGISTER

▪ fail to , not seem to

His eyes failed to ~ Susan's surprise.

The pain that stung her hand did not seem to ~.

▪ begin to

Slowly, my mind began to ~ where I was: in the hospital.

Register is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑ brain

Register is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ birth , ↑ complaint , ↑ disagreement , ↑ disapproval , ↑ displeasure , ↑ dissent , ↑ invention , ↑ name , ↑ protest , ↑ surprise , ↑ vessel , ↑ voter

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