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An official list or record of names or items
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“The register of residents, tallied every ten years, shows that the population of Venice proper has almost halved.”
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A book or ledger used for keeping a record of things
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“Sixty-two pages of the register have been ruled in pencil on both sides and contain hand-written entries in ink of the names of approximately 3,398 indentured servants.”
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The range or extent of something, especially the pitch of a voice or instrument
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“Fox, however, seemed to sing in a register too high for her voice.”
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A public officer charged with the duty of recording certain transactions or events
“Paul Rosendahl worked as a register of deeds for Houston County and was also a representative in Minnesota's legislature.”
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A book or journal issued for public sale
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A small book with blank or ruled pages for writing notes in
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A historical account or biography written from personal knowledge
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A statement of charges, especially when used as proof of purchase
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A system of measurement
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Distribution list
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A sign or piece of information that indicates something
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An act of determining the total of something
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A place or compartment where treasure or valuables are stored safely
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A book with blank pages, for keeping photographs or stamps in
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A published announcement of a death, usually with a short biography of the dead person
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Machine recording sales
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A group of notes based on a particular note and comprising a scale, regarded as forming the tonal basis of a piece of music
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To enter or record information or data on an official list or directory
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“He was required to punch the meal tickets of officers and staff, and to register each transaction in a logbook.”
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To present or put forward an official submission
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“Mr. Duperalt has requested that I contact your office upon arrival for assistance in finding the office where I am to register my proposal.”
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To enlist or sign up (oneself) for something
“Individuals still have time to register for the event but must do so immediately.”
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To reserve in advance
“We should register our flights early before seats run out.”
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To express, convey, or be a sign of something
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“My countenance did not register anger, fear, or outrage. Only confusion and surprise.”
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To establish a fact to be true
“Because two countries' trade statistics register that they export a particular good does not, in fact, mean that they are engaged in the same activity.”
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To make an impression on a person's mind
“Her statement, delivered without a hint of irony or sarcasm and its implications, didn't quite register with me.”
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To clearly comprehend something
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“Although I was crying, I didn't quite register that I was awake at first.”
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To show on a scale or other measuring instrument
“Makers of the speed camera claim it is impossible to register a false reading from a moving target.”
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To arrange or organize a scheduled event
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To calculate the total number of
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Air out; make known
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To attain or register (a specified time, distance, or speed)
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(tell on) To impact or take its toll on
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To protect or cover against loss or damage
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To inaugurate into an office or an organization, especially ceremonially
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Plan, map out
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To collide forcefully with something
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To reflect on and make sense of information, or a concept
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To notice or pay careful attention to
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To discover, especially something valuable through effort
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To impress in the mind of
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To admit, enroll or welcome into a place or a group
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To investigate the opinions or experiences of people by asking them questions
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To make a (video or audio) recording of
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Cross your mind
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Contribute or undertake to contribute a certain sum of money to a fund, project, or cause, typically on a regular basis
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To apply for a job, role or position
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