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register

noun /ˈredʒistə/
(a book containing) a written list, record etc
registro
a school attendance register a register of births, marriages and deaths.
registered adjective
certificado
a registered letter.
registrar /-ˈstraː/ noun a person whose duty it is to keep a register (especially of births, marriages and deaths).
registrador
in the United Kingdom etc one of the grades of hospital doctors.
médico interno
registration noun the act of recording names or information on an official list
Inscipción
voter registration (also adjective) You’ll have to pay a registration fee of £35.
registry noun ( plural registries) an office or place where registers are kept.
registro
register office / registry office noun an office where records of births, marriages etc are kept and where marriages may be performed
registro civil
They got married at the registry office.
registration number noun ( also licence number) (British ) the letters and numbers which a car, bus etc has on a plate at the front and rear.
número de matrícula
(Definition of register from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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