Register

Register,

Definition of Register:

  1. One of a number of bands or sections into which a design is divided.

  2. Short for cash register.

  3. An adjustable plate for widening or narrowing an opening and regulating a draft, especially in a fire grate.

  4. To formally enter (record) in a government maintained registry accessible to the general public.

  5. (of an instrument) detect and show (a reading) automatically.

  6. Register has several different definitions. In finance, the term often pertains to the recording of a financial event, an aggregation of stored data, or a record of charges.

  7. A particular part of the range of a voice or instrument.

  8. Correspond or cause to correspond exactly in position.

  9. (in electronic devices) a location in a store of data, used for a specific purpose and with quick access time.

  10. While the word "register" can convey many different meanings, in the finance industry, it usually refers to the process of inputting information into a record, or an official list, that creates a document of various useful data in an organized fashion.

  11. An official list or record, for example of births, marriages, and deaths, of shipping, or of historic places.

  12. Enter or record on an official list or directory.

  13. Express or convey (an opinion or emotion).

  14. A variety of a language or a level of usage, as determined by degree of formality and choice of vocabulary, pronunciation, and syntax, according to the communicative purpose, social context, and social status of the user.

  15. The exact correspondence of the position of color components in a printed positive.

Synonyms of Register

English horn, French pitch, Accord, Account, Account book, Accountant, Accounts payable ledger, Accounts receivable ledger, Act, Act as foil, Active list, Adversaria, Advise, Agree, Aide-memoire, Amanuensis, Annals, Annotation, Answer to, Appear, Archives, Archivist, Arm, Armor, Assail the ear, Assent, Assort with, Balance sheet, Bank ledger, Bankbook, Barnstorm, Bassoon, Be consistent, Be glimpsed, Be heard, Be of one, Be uniform with, Betray, Blacklist, Bless, Block flute, Bombard, Book, Booking, Bookkeeper, Books, Bound, Bourdon, Calendar, Card ledger, Caress the ear, Carry, Carve, Cash register, Cashbook, Catalog, Cataloging, Catalogue, Catch a likeness, Cello, Chalk, Chalk up, Champion, Character, Characterize, Chart, Check, Check in, Check sheet, Checklist, Chime, Chromatic scale, Chronicle, Chronicling, Chronology, Civil list, Claribel, Clarinet, Clarion, Classical pitch, Clerk, Cloak, Clock card, Cohere, Coincide, Come home to, Come out, Communicate, Compass, Compass about, Concert flute, Concur, Condition, Confine, Conform, Conform with, Conserve, Consist with, Contact, Contain, Cooperate, Copyright, Cornet, Cornopean, Correspond, Correspondence, Cost card, Cost ledger, Cost sheet, Cover, Cromorna, Cushion, Cut, Cymbel, Date slip, Datebook, Dawn on, Daybook, Defend, Delineate, Depict, Depth, Diagram, Diapason, Diary, Directory, Discipline, Display, Divulge, Docket, Documentalist, Documentation, Dodecuple scale, Dovetail, Draw, Draw the line, Dulciana, Emote, Emotionalize, Engrave, Engraver, Enharmonic scale, Enlistment, Enroll, Enrollment, Enscroll, Ensure, Enter, Entering, Entry, Enumerate, Enumeration, Exhibit, Express, Factory ledger, Fall in together, Fence, Fend, File, Filing clerk, Fill out, Fit together, Flute stop, Footnote, Foundation stop, Fourniture, Gain a hearing, Gamba, Gamut, Gedeckt, Gemshorn, Get across, Get over, Get through to, Get to, Get top billing, Go together, Go with, Grave, Great scale, Guarantee, Guard, Hang together, Harbor, Harmonic flute, Harmonize, Haven, Hedge about, Height, High pitch, History, Hit, Hit off, Hold together, Hybrid stop, Impanel, Impanelment, Impress, Incise, Index, Indexing, Indicate, Inscribe, Inscribing, Inscription, Insert, Insertion, Insure, Interlock, Intersect, Inventory, Inventorying, Item, Itemization, Itemize, Items, Jibe, Jot down, Jotting, Journal, Keep, Keep alive, Keep from harm, Keep intact, Keep inviolate, Keep safe, Keep score, Keep up, Key, Koppel flute, Larigot, Ledger, Letters, Librarian, Limit, Limn, List, Listing, Lock, Log, Logbook, Logging, Low pitch, Maintain, Major scale, Make a memorandum, Make a note, Make an entry, Make an impression, Make known, Make oneself heard, Make out, Make safe, Manifest, Map, Marginal note, Marginalia, Mark, Mark down, Marker, Match, Matriculate, Matriculation, Measure, Melodia, Melodic minor, Memo, Memoir, Memorandum, Memorial, Mime, Minor scale, Minute, Minutes, Mixture, Moderate, Mutation stop, Narrow, Nazard, Nestle, New philharmonic pitch, Not destroy, Not endanger, Not expend, Not use up, Not waste, Notary, Notary public, Notate, Notation, Note, Note down, Oboe, Occur to, Octave, Octave scale, Organ stop, Overlap, Paint, Pantomime, Parallel, Passbook, Patent, Patter, Penetrate, Pentatonic scale, Perform, Philharmonic pitch, Philosophical pitch, Piccolo, Picture, Picturize, Pigeonhole, Pipe roll, Pitch, Place upon record, Play, Play the lead, Playact, Plein jeu, Point to, Police, Poll, Portray, Posaune, Post, Post up, Posting, Preserve, Principal, Print, Program, Protect, Prothonotary, Purchase ledger, Put down, Put in writing, Put on paper, Put on tape, Qualify, Quint, Quintaten, Radius, Range, Rank, Ranket, Reach, Reach the ear, Read, Record, Record book, Record clerk, Record keeping, Recordation, Recorder, Recording, Recording instruments, Recordist, Reduce to writing, Reed stop, Reflect, Register with, Registrar, Registration, Registry, Relic, Remains, Reminder, Render, Repertory, Report, Represent, Respond to, Restrain, Restrict, Retired list, Reveal, Ride shotgun for, Rohr flute, Roll, Roll call, Rolls, Roster, Rota, Rub, Safeguard, Sales journal, Sales ledger, Save, Say, Scale, Scant, Schedule, Schematize, Scholia, Scholium, Scope, Score, Scorekeeper, Scorer, Screen, Scribe, Scrivener, Scroll, Secretary, Secure, Sesquialtera, Set down, Shawm, Shelter, Shield, Show, Shroud, Sick list, Sign in, Sign on, Sing in chorus, Sink in, Sketch, Soak in, Sort with, Spare, Specialize, Specify, Spectrum, Spitz flute, Square, Square with, Stand together, Standard pitch, Star, Steal the show, Stenographer, Stint, Stock ledger, Stonecutter, Stooge, Stop, Stopped diapason, Stopped flute, Stores ledger, Straiten, Stretch, String diapason, String stop, Support, Suspense ledger, Sustain, Sweep, Symbolize, Table, Tabulate, Tabulation, Take a rubbing, Take down, Take note of, Tally, Tally sheet, Tape, Tape-record, Temperament, Tierce, Till, Time book, Time chart, Time scale, Time schedule, Time sheet, Time study, Timecard, Timekeeper, Timetable, Token, Tonality, Tone, Trace, Trace out, Trace over, Transmit, Tread the boards, Tremolo, Trombone, Troupe, Trumpet, Tune, Tuning, Twelfth, Unda maris, Underwrite, Uphold, Upstage, Vestige, Vibrato, Videotape, Viola, Voix celeste, Vox angelica, Vox humana, Whole-tone scale, Write, Write down, Write in, Write out, Write up, Range, Area, Region, Reaches, Sweep, Record, Put on record, Enter, File, Lodge, Post, Set down, Inscribe, Write down, Put in writing, Submit, Report, Take down, Note, Minute, List, Log, Catalogue, Official list, Listing, Roll, Roster, Index, Directory, Catalogue, Schedule, Inventory, Tally, Calendar, Indicate, Read, Record, Show, Display, Display, Show, Express, Exhibit, Evince, Betray, Disclose, Evidence, Reveal, Manifest, Demonstrate, Reflect, Bespeak, Testify to

How to use Register in a sentence?

  1. Registering occurs any time information is filed from one party to another, including when public traded companies submit financial reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
  2. The central register shows a Roman Emperor on horseback.
  3. His voice moved up a register.
  4. A membership register.
  5. Register has several different definitions, including the recording of a financial event, an aggregation of event data, or a record of charges to a debit account.
  6. A register can also be an authoritative list of one kind of information, such as a shareholder register, loan register, or register of deeds.
  7. The electroscope was too insensitive to register the tiny changes.
  8. They are adjusted until the impressions register.
  9. In some languages, and some registers of English, syntactic tangling like this is normal.
  10. Do you regularly look for dirty or blocked heating/cooling registers?.
  11. I wish to register an objection.
  12. The vessel is registered as Liberian.

Meaning of Register & Register Definition