register

Part of speech: noun

A registrar.

Part of speech: verb

To record, as in a register; enroll.

Part of speech: verb

To denote according to a scale.

Part of speech: noun

An official record; roll; list; schedule.

Part of speech: noun

Any registering apparatus; a device for regulating the admission of heated air to a room.

Part of speech: noun

The compass of a voice or an instrument.

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Usage examples "register":

  1. His Majesty had previously ordered the exclusion of this person; and finding this unlucky name again upon the custodian's register, he was angry beyond measure, believing that they had dared on both sides to disobey his orders. - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
  2. He must get a copy of the social register, " Who's Who in American City," and he must get a history of his country, and learn about the Declaration of Independence, and what was the difference between a revolution that had happened a long time ago and one that was happening now. - "100%: The Story of a Patriot", Upton Sinclair.
  3. " Commander," he announced, " I would like to register a formal protest with regard to the race." - "Treachery in Outer Space", Carey Rockwell and Louis Glanzman.