full | limited | formal | compulsory | civil
civil registration of births
| birth, death | student, voter | car, company, land, trademark, vehicle | VAT
VERB + REGISTRATION
require | be exempt from
Certain charities are exempt from VAT registration.
| be eligible for, qualify for
You should be eligible for registration as a student member.
| apply for, seek | obtain | grant sb
Under the new regulation we can grant full registration to foreign lawyers.
| refuse sb | renew | cancel
REGISTRATION + VERB
REGISTRATION + NOUN
a failure to comply with the registration requirements
| period | procedure, process | scheme, system | records
I traced my family history using the civil registration records.
| form | book, card, document | number
I gave the registration number of the robbers' car to the police.
The police are looking for a large black saloon with German registration plates.
| officer | fee
You will receive a free CD on registration with the club.
| ~ as
registration as a political party
| ~ by
the registration of the vehicle by the appropriate authority
| ~ with
Registration with the council is compulsory.
an application for registration, a certificate of registration
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