Meaning of REGISTER in English

REGISTER

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

at-risk register (= an official list of people in this situation )

cash register

electoral register

parish register

register office

register to vote (= put your name on a list of voters )

We must encourage people to register to vote.

registered mail (= letters insured against loss or damage )

You have to sign for registered mail.

registered office

registered post

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

central

Compliance unit in London office maintains a central register of all corporate finance engagement letters obtained by the firm.

A central register of information blacklisted certain people, particularly those who passed bad cheques and placed fraudulent overseas orders.

Some landowners may have the results of past exploration programmes but there is no central register for this information.

The two birth registry controls were chosen by staff employed at the central register in Southport.

electoral

The commission estimates the population on the basis of the electoral register - but is working with the artificially low 1991 registers.

Go to the reference library and look up the electoral register for the last ten years or so.

The other method for collecting facts about potential purchasers is through published lists - like the telephone directory or the electoral register .

Is this one of the reasons why 1 million people are missing off the electoral register ?

This register is not identical to the electoral register and includes foreigners resident in this country and others not entitled to vote.

Mr Alton said that the poll tax meant many people had dodged electoral registers in a bid to avoid payment.

The poll tax registers , unlike the electoral registers, are updated monthly.

high

We have divided the cellos in order to obtain intensity of tone from their high register .

Its high register gives brilliance and point when doubling at the octave phrases allotted to other wind instruments or to the violins.

This method of obscuring chords only in higher registers is quite usual, as it gives a good equilibrium to the harmony.

The high registers contain parameters passed from above the current procedure.

low

In the Allegretto the music begins in the sombre low register and gradually rises through the octaves.

His tone is ample and distinctive, especially in the jowly lower register of the instrument.

The oscilloscope graph of both voices was flattened in the lower register: tension was restricting the movement of their vocal chords.

The circlet is enriched by enamel plaques of Byzantine manufacture, alternating on the lower register with jewels en cabochon.

The commission estimates the population on the basis of the electoral register - but is working with the artificially low 1991 registers.

I had gripped the gnome's face when I heard the weaving, low registers of Leon's clarinet.

Another factor is that the characteristics of intervals are greatly increased in the low registers and decreased in the upper.

national

The idea would be to compile over a short period a national register of wealth holdings.

Firstly, we need a national register of hip replacements and revisions to provide an accurate measure of revision rate.

The information is then entered on to a National Security register at the firm's headquarters in Banbury.

Registrar-General, keeper of the national register of births, deaths, and marriages.

public

Local authorities will be required to hold public registers of information.

The agencies will have to have available for public scrutiny a register giving details of consents granted and results of effluent samples.

The information could then be put on a public register .

Proposals include a public register of documents and a tight list of exemptions.

upper

There is a trumpet-like incisiveness in the middle and upper registers and a positively ringing sound at the top.

The oboe tends to lose power and body in its upper register , but with the clarinet the opposite is the case.

■ NOUN

birth

One control was selected from both the delivery register and birth register.

Analyses were also performed with birth register and delivery register controls separately.

cash

I ask only one favour: please bring me a pound's worth of silver from the Swan's cash register .

By the time I got my chance at the cash register , my white friends had been promoted to management.

The authorities reacted by ruling that tamper-proof electronic cash registers must be used.

Exasperated customers were elbowing through the aisles in search of the cash registers .

So methods have been developed to dissuade you from wandering off to somebody else's cash register .

If anything, he said, what they heard was that cash register .

National chromed cash register , £220.

So you pick out one and follow him back to the cash register .

hotel

Each guest must be the subject of a separate entry in the hotel register .

marriage

Yet both were the first in either family to sign the marriage register with more than a cross.

parish

This also explains why there is no record of the burials in the parish register .

The plaintiff was unlawfully charged for making extracts from a parish register , and was held entitled to recover back the payments.

The surplus recorded in the parish register must have been lost through migration to other places.

Wherever possible, they should be used in conjunction with parish registers and other sources.

Indeed, in the author's own village the parish register was being kept in Latin as late as 1657.

Such measures of absences from parish registers are the crudest of indicators, but other evidence points in the same direction.

■ VERB

keep

The Law Society keeps a register for those seeking articles, but many applicants fail to be placed in this way.

What advice would he give local authorities which might want to keep not a register but a list?

It is absolutely different from keeping a register of every adult in the community.

First, it became the rule that the kazaskers should keep a separate register specifically for the purpose of enrolling.

Microprocessors keep multiple banks of registers on the chip to avoid register saving and restoring.

This will go to be tissue typed and the results will be kept on the confidential register .

Welcome and maintain personal contact with all Qualified Teachers. Keep register of attendance.

The Senate keeps a register of vacant places in chambers, both in London and in the provinces.

maintain

Compliance unit in London office maintains a central register of all corporate finance engagement letters obtained by the firm.

One reason for this is the need to maintain an up-to-date register of those liable to pay.

To maintain the child protection register , and to chair review meetings for registered children. 3.

The Secretary of State must maintain a register of such orders which is open to inspection.

Unlike the membership register a company is not compelled to maintain a register of debentureholders.

Many larger authorities maintain a separate register of interests which is available for public inspection.

sign

Yet both were the first in either family to sign the marriage register with more than a cross.

No one had signed the register for eight days.

I did not feel completely safe - for I had signed the register with my new name.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

high style/register

All three, when they achieve greatness, have also an undeniable high style which separates them from the pedestrian mobs.

Its high register gives brilliance and point when doubling at the octave phrases allotted to other wind instruments or to the violins.

Like a high , high register.

Solarium in the back, pillars and driveway fountain and the high style in the front.

The high registers contain parameters passed from above the current procedure.

This high style comes from Panache Fresh and simply stunning.

This method of obscuring chords only in higher registers is quite usual, as it gives a good equilibrium to the harmony.

We have divided the cellos in order to obtain intensity of tone from their high register.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a register of qualified translators

a check register

a civil register of births, deaths, and marriages

Business letters should be written in a formal register .

Hyatt signed the hotel guest register .

Keep plants away from the hot air registers.

Make sure your name is on the electoral register in good time.

Teachers were reminded that school attendance registers were actually legal documents.

The railroad station is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

To find out about her family history, she looked through the register of births, marriages, and deaths.

Why are there 1 million people missing from the electoral register ?

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Despite this the government needs to give some thought to the practices of doctors not on the medical register .

He claimed to be entitled to rectification of the register both as against the Hammonds and as against the building society.

Is this one of the reasons why 1 million people are missing off the electoral register ?

Its high register gives brilliance and point when doubling at the octave phrases allotted to other wind instruments or to the violins.

Miller said stores typically are offered free register tape by private vendors who sell advertising space on the back of the tape.

The result is a range of different genres of literary criticism and literary theory, to some extent distinguished by register .

What is the difference between a register and a list in relation to data protection?

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

as

If both husband and wife are registered as blind, they can each claim the allowance.

Numbers registered as out of work rose from just over a million in 1979 to over 3 million in 1983.

Poisoning incidents have been registered as far back as 1842.

In January 4,365 people were registered as unemployed in Darlington.

This applies particularly to students on long-term medication and those registered as disabled persons.

Visual acuity is often normal even when the field of vision is so poor that the child is registered as blind.

There were between a quarter and a half a million people registered as out of work.

In the mid-1980s this was revamped into the LDA-500 Boxer and registered as G-UTIL.

barely

He had barely registered this fact when he felt a tap on his shoulder.

Fonda barely registers in an underwritten role.

There was a faint sputtering noise behind, but he barely registered the sound or noticed the flicker.

Until his strong third-place showing in the Iowa caucuses, Alexander barely registered in the polls.

■ NOUN

birth

But even when both parents register a birth , they may not stay together long.

death

We shall be looking at the process of registering a death in chapter 11.

I got in the car and the three of us went to register the death .

The doctor may provide a leaflet explaining how to register the death and should be able to advise where to do so.

domain

But what if Yahoo! felt the need to register itself under both domains ?

The company charges $ 100 to register new domains and $ 50 a year for subsequent renewals.

The service provider will register the domain name for the customer and act as the customer mail forwarder.

Verio's new self-serve domain name registration services provide customers with an easy-to-use and faster way to register and manage domain names.

protest

In early June, a number of citizens courageously defied religious zealots to register their protest while calling for conciliation and peace.

Having registered his protest , would Ray be content to sit down?

Nine Republicans either registered a protest by voting for no one specifically, or voted for some one else.

■ VERB

fail

He and Richard must have heard about these things but in general they had failed to register .

One can assemble the various tests that fail to register differences between the sexes in humans.

As to negligence it was true that Moorgate Mercantile had been careless in failing to register their hire purchase agreement.

Receiving offices had failed to register loans on the computer.

But by failing to register in time you will have lost the chance of being given preference in allocation.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Caitlin watched his face, which registered a mixture of alarm and astonishment.

Call or write to the consumer affairs board to register your complaint.

Dyson is the boat's registered owner.

It was only when I mentioned the money that she registered a flicker of interest.

More than 4.3 million people registered for shares.

Owners had until the end of 1990 to register their weapons.

Rare roast beef should register 115 degrees in the center when tested.

She told me her name, but it just didn't register at the time.

The biggest quake registered 5.2 on the Richter scale.

The faces of the jury registered no emotion.

The jelly is ready for bottling when the thermometer registers 165 degrees.

The new students were told that they must register with the University before they could claim their grants.

They claimed that the new rules would discourage people from registering as unemployed.

Wind speeds registering between 70 and 100 mph have been recorded.

You had to register a baby's birth within a month.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

All endoscopically proved ulcer relapses were then registered.

Hundreds of thousands have registered in the wake of the march, he said, including 30, 000 in Atlanta alone.

Oh, I'd registered when I was eighteen, like everyone else.

Seems back in the 1970s a young Egan once registered briefly as a Commie.

This will change the voltage at any porthole whose current line is affected, and the appropriate voltmeter will register the fact.

We were left with a grab bag of effects, only a modicum of which registered.

When does an agreement need to be registered?

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