Share This

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
register (noun)
1.
a written record containing regular entries of items or details
2.
a) a book or system of public records
b) a roster of qualified or available individuals - a civil service register
3.
an entry in a register
4.
a) a set of organ pipes of like quality - stop
b) (1) the range of a human voice or a musical instrument
(2) a portion of such a range similarly produced or of the same quality
c) any of the varieties of a language that a speaker uses in a particular social context
5.
a grille often with shutters for admitting heated air or for ventilation
6.
- registration registry
7.
a) an automatic device a number or a quantity - registering
b) a number or quantity so - registered
c) - cash register
8.
a condition of correct alignment or proper relative position
9.
a device (as in a computer) for storing small amounts of data , especially one in which data can be both stored and operated on
register (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to make or secure official entry of in a register
b) to enroll formally especially as a voter or student
c) to record automatically - indicate
d) to make a record of - note
e) - perceive , also - comprehend
2.
to make or adjust so as to correspond exactly
3.
to secure special protection for (a piece of mail) by prepayment of a fee
4.
to convey an impression of - express
5.
intransitive verb
- achieve registered an impressive victory
1.
a) to enroll one's name in a register - registered at the hotel
b) to enroll one's name officially as a prerequisite for voting
c) to enroll formally as a student
2.
a) to correspond exactly
b) to be in correct alignment or register
3.
to make or convey an impression
register (noun)
- registrar
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
register (noun)
an official whose job is to keep records
SYNONIMS:
register, registrar, scribe, secretary
RELATED WORDS:
archivist, bookkeeper, recorder, reporter, transcriptionist; annalist, chronicler, documenter, historian
register (noun)
a record of a series of items (as names or titles) usually arranged according to some system
SYNONIMS:
canon, catalog ( catalogue), checklist, listing, menu, register, registry, roll, roll call, roster, schedule, table
RELATED WORDS:
agenda, bibliography, catalogue raisonné, compendium, compilation, directory, docket, enumeration, glossary, index, inventory, manifest, payroll; calendar, chronology, timetable
register (verb)
1.
to add (a person) to a list or roll as a participant or member
SYNONIMS:
inscribe, list, matriculate, register
RELATED WORDS:
enlist, impanel, induct; conscript, draft, muster; wait-list; book, schedule; check in
NEAR ANTONYMS:
check off; exclude, expel, expunge, reject; omit, overlook
delist
register (verb)
2.
to make a written note of
SYNONIMS:
jot (down), log, mark, note, put down, register, report, set down, take down, write down
RELATED WORDS:
chronicle, minute, transcribe; enregister, enter, inscribe; chalk (up), notch, score
register (verb)
3.
to put (someone or something) on a list
SYNONIMS:
catalog ( catalogue), enroll ( enrol), enter, index, inscribe, put down, record, register, schedule, slate
RELATED WORDS:
book, card, file, note; classify, compile, tabulate, tally; reschedule
NEAR ANTONYMS:
delete
register (verb)
4.
to have a clear idea of
SYNONIMS:
appreciate, apprehend, assimilate, behold, catch, catch on (to), cognize, compass, conceive, cotton (to on to), decipher, decode, dig, discern, get, grasp, grok, intuit, know, make, make out, perceive, recognize, register, savvy, see, seize, sense, tumble (to), twig, understand
RELATED WORDS:
absorb, digest, take in; realize; fathom, penetrate, pierce
NEAR ANTONYMS:
misapprehend, misconceive, misconstrue, misinterpret, misperceive, misread, mistake, misunderstand
miss
« Back to Dictionary

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This