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verb [I]  /məˈtrɪk·jəˌleɪt/ us  
to be formally admitted to study at a university or college: Are you just auditing the course or have you matriculated?
Translations of “matriculate”
in Spanish matricularse…
in French (s’)inscrire…
in German immatrikulieren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 被(大學)錄取…
in Chinese (Simplified) 被(大学)录取…
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