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Translation of "enrol" - English-Spanish dictionary

enrol

verb (-ll-) UK ( US enroll)   /ɪnˈrəʊl/
to put yourself or someone else onto the official list of members of a course, college, or group inscribir(se), matricular(se) Is it too late to enrol at the college? I enrolled for/in/on the modern art course. He is enrolled as a part-time student. They want to enrol their children in their local school.2203
enrolment noun UK ( US enrollment)   /-mənt/
inscripción, matrícula 2203
(Definition of enrol from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

enrol

verb /inˈrəul/ ( also enroll, past tense, past participle enrolled)
to add (someone), or have oneself added, to a list (as a pupil at a school, a member of a club etc) inscribir(se), matricular(se) Can we enrol/enroll for this class? You must enrol/enroll your child before the start of the school term.
enrolment noun
inscripción, matrícula Enrolment/Enrollment on the course is by assessment interview.
(Definition of enrol from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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