register

I
n.
record, record book

1) to keep a register

2) a case; hotel register

roster

3) the Social Register

machine that registers the amount of each sale

4) a cash register

II
v.

1) (D; intr., tr.) to register as (she registered as a Republican; he was not registered as a voter)

2) (D; intr., tr.) to register for (she registered for two courses; our departmental secretary has registered ten students for the seminar)

3) (D; tr.) to register in (how many registered in the course?)

4) (D; intr., tr.) to register with (he had to register with the authorities; to register a pistol with the police)

* * *
['redʒɪstə]
hotel register
['machine that registers the amount of each sale'] a cash register
['record, record book'] to keep a register
['roster'] the Social Register
a case
(D; intr., tr.) to register with (he had to register with the authorities; to register a pistol with the police)
(D; tr.) to register in (how many registered in the course?)
(D;intr.,tr.) to register as (she registered as a Republican; he was not registered as a voter)
(D; intr., tr.) to register for (she registered for two courses; our departmental secretary has registered ten students for the seminar)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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