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Translation of "register" - English-Turkish dictionary

register

verb
 
 
/ˈredʒɪstər/
ON A LIST [I, T] B1 to put information about someone or something, especially a name, on an official list
kaydetmek, deftere/kütüğe işlemek, listelemek
Is he registered with the authorities to sell alcohol? Students need to register for the course by the end of April. a registered nurseWriting and typing
SHOW A FEELING [T] to show an opinion or feeling
dışa vurmak, ifade etmek, belli etmek
People gathered to register their opposition to the plans.Expressing and asking opinionsRemarks and remarkingControlling emotions
SHOW AMOUNT [I, T] to show an amount on an instrument that measures something
(ölçüm aletlerinde) göstermek, belirtmek, yazı ile göstermek
The earthquake registered 7.3 on the Richter scale.Weighing and measuringShowing and demonstrating
(Definition of register verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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