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register /'redʤistə/
  • danh từ
    • sổ, sổ sách
      • a register of birth: sổ khai sinh
    • máy ghi công tơ, đồng hồ ghi (tốc độ, lực, số tiền...)
      • a cash register: máy tính tiền (ở tiệm ăn...)
    • (âm nhạc) khoảng âm
    • (ngành in) sự sắp chữ, cân xứng với lề giấy
      • in register: sắp chữ cân
      • out of register: sắp chữ không cân
    • van, cửa điều tiết, cửa lò (lò cao...)
    • động từ
      • ghi vào sổ, vào sổ
        • to register a name: ghi tên vào sổ
        • to register luggage: vào sổ các hành lý
        • to register oneself: ghi tên vào danh sách cử tri
      • (nghĩa bóng) ghi trong tâm trí
      • gửi bảo đảm
        • to register a letter: gửi bảo đảm một bức thư
      • chỉ, ghi (máy ghi, công tơ...)
        • the thermometer registered 30oC: cái đo nhiệt chỉ 30oC
      • (điện ảnh) lột tả, biểu lộ (bằng nét mặt, cử chỉ)
        • his face registered surprise: nét mặt anh ta biểu lộ sự ngạc nhiên
      • (ngành in) cân xứng; làm cho cân xứng (bản in với lề giấy)
    Concise Dictionary
    registers|registered|registering'redʒɪstə(r)
    noun
    +an official written record of names or events or transactions
    +(music) the timbre that is characteristic of a certain range and manner of production of the human voice or of different pipe organ stops or of different musical instruments
    +a book in which names and transactions are listed
    +(computer science) memory device that is the part of computer memory that has a specific address and that is used to hold information of a specific kind
    +an air passage (usually in the floor or a wall of a room) for admitting or excluding heated air from the room
    +a regulator (as a sliding plate) for regulating the flow of air into a furnace or other heating device
    +a cashbox with an adding machine to register transactions; used in shops to add up the bill
    verb
    +record in writing; enter into a book of names or events or transactions
    +record in a public office or in a court of law
    +enroll to vote
    +be aware of
    +indicate a certain reading; of gauges and instruments
    +have one's name listed as a candidate for several parties
    +show in one's face
    +manipulate the registers of an organ
    +send by registered mail
    +enter into someone's consciousness

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 record, roll, roster, rota, catalogue, annal(s), archive(s), journal, daybook, diary, appointment book, calendar, chronicle, schedule, programme, directory, ledger, file, index, inventory, list, listing, poll, tally,:
    The council holds a register of all houses sold since 1900 with the names of both sellers and buyers
    2 cash register, till, money box, cash-box:
    The money in the register does not agree with the figures for receipts.
    v.
    3 record, write or jot or take or put or set down, list, enrol, sign in or on or up, enter, catalogue, log, index, chronicle, note, make or take note (of):
    All transactions must be registered.
    4 show, display, express, indicate, manifest, reveal, betray, divulge, record, reflect:
    James pretended to like my book, but his contempt for it was registered on his face
    5 make known, inform of, advise, transmit, communicate, record, note, make note of, report, write down, minute:
    I wish to register my disapproval of the way prisoners are treated here
    6 check in, sign in or on, log in:
    In the US, all aliens are required to register each year in January. We registered in the hotel as man and wife
    7 Sometimes, register with or on. sink in, impress, become apparent (to), make an impression (on), come home (to), get through (to); dawn on or upon, occur to:
    I heard what you said, but it just didn't register. The name didn't register with me at first, but I now know who you are.
    8 indicate, read, mark, represent, measure, point to, specify, exhibit, show, manifest:
    The earthquake registered 7 on the Richter scale.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb
    put name on list
    1 ~ (at / for / with sth)
    ~ sth (in sth)
    ~ (sb) as sth to record your/sb's/sth's name on an official list: [VN] to register a birth / marriage / death + to register a company / trademark + The ship was registered in Panama. + [VN-ADJ] She is officially registered (as) disabled. + [V] to register with a doctor / dentist + to register at a hotel
    give opinion publicly
    2 [VN] (formal) to make your opinion known officially or publicly: China has registered a protest over foreign intervention.
    on measuring instrument
    3 if a measuring instrument registers an amount or sth registers an amount on a measuring instrument, the instrument shows or records that amount: [V-N] The thermometer registered 32?C. + The earthquake registered 3 on the Richter scale. + The stock exchange has registered huge losses this week. [also V]
    show feeling
    4 [no passive] (formal) to show or express a feeling: [VN] Her face registered disapproval. + [V] Shock registered on everyone's face.
    notice sth
    5 [no passive] (often used in negative sentences) to notice sth and remember it; to be noticed: [VN] He barely registered our presence. + [V] I told her my name, but it obviously didn't register.
    letter / package
    6 [VN] [usually passive] to send sth by mail, paying extra money to protect it against loss or damage: Can I register this, please? + a registered letter
    + noun
    list of names
    1 [C] an official list or record of names, items, etc.; a book that contains such a list: a parish register (= of births, marriages and deaths) + to be on the electoral register / register of voters + Could you sign the hotel register please, sir? + (BrE) The teacher called the register (= checked who was present at school).
    of voice / instrument
    2 [C] the range, or part of a range, of a human voice or a musical instrument: in the upper / middle register + the lower register of a clarinet / piano
    of writing / speech
    3 [C, U] (linguistics) the level and style of a piece of writing or speech, that is usually appropriate to the situation that it is used in: The essay suddenly switches from a formal to an informal register.
    for hot / cold air
    4 [C] (AmE) an opening, with a cover that you can have open or shut, that allows hot or cold air from a heating or cooling system into a room
    Compare: VENT
    machine
    5 [C] (AmE) = CASH REGISTER
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 list of names

    ADJ.

    detailed | full | up-to-date | annual | central, national, public | statutory | professional | attendance, membership | electoral, voters' | medical | birth, burial, marriage | address | class, school | church, parish | hotel | asset, land, property, share

    VERB + REGISTER

    appear on, be on
    All those appearing on the register must notify the authorities of any change of address.
    | remain on | keep, maintain
    They keep a register of all those who have contributed to the fund.
    | call, take
    The teacher takes the register at the beginning of each class.
    | inspect | compile, create, draw up, establish
    She was asked to draw up a register of suitable sites.
    | add sb/sth to, enter sb/sth in/on, register sb/sth in/on
    Their names had been entered in the register as owners of the company.
    | omit sb/sth from | remove sb from, strike sb from/off
    He was struck off the medical register for professional misconduct.
    | sign
    The bride and bridegroom signed the register.

    REGISTER + VERB

    contain sth, include sth
    a register containing details of four million cars

    REGISTER + NOUN

    office

    PREP.

    in a /the~
    It was the last entry in the register.
    | on a/the ~
    There are 36 children on the register.

    PHRASES

    an entry in/on a register

    2 range of a voice/an instrument

    ADJ.

    high, low, middle, upper
    the lower register of the piano

    PREP.

    in a/the ~
    boy trebles singing in high registers

    3 level/style of a piece of writing/speech

    ADJ.

    formal, informal | appropriate

    VERB + REGISTER

    adopt
    He has adopted an informal register so as not to alienate his audience.

    verb

    1 put sb/sth on an official list

    ADV.

    fully
    On completion of the preregistration year, graduates become fully registered by the General Medical Council.
    | jointly
    About 68 per cent of illegitimate births were jointly registered by both parents.
    | formally, officially | legally | duly
    As I reached my eighteenth birthday I duly registered for military service.
    | automatically

    VERB + REGISTER

    be required to, have to, must
    You must register the death within three days.
    | be eligible to, be entitled to | fail to | refuse to

    PREP.

    as
    the number of people officially registering as unemployed
    | at
    He registered at his local university.
    | for
    There is still time to register for English classes.
    | with
    Students living away from home are required to register with a local doctor.

    2 notice sth

    ADV.

    barely, hardly, scarcely
    She had barely registered his presence.
    | vaguely
    He vaguely registered that the women had gone.

    VERB + REGISTER

    fail to
    His eyes failed to register Meredith's surprise.



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