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"registrar" in American English

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registrarnoun [C]

 us   /ˌredʒ·ɪˈstrɑr/
a ​person who ​keepsrecords, esp. a ​college or ​universityofficial who is ​responsible for ​students’ ​records of ​classes and ​marks
(Definition of registrar from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"registrar" in British English

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registrarnoun [C]

uk   /ˌredʒ.ɪˈstrɑːr/  us   /ˈredʒ.ɪ.strɑːr/
  • registrar noun [C] (RECORD KEEPER)

an ​official whose ​job is to ​keepofficialrecords, ​especially of ​births, ​deaths, and ​marriages at some ​colleges, an ​official in ​charge of ​exams, ​keepingrecords, and new ​students
  • registrar noun [C] (DOCTOR)

UK a ​type of ​hospitaldoctor: A ​hospital registrar is of a ​lowerrank than a ​consultant.
(Definition of registrar from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"registrar" in Business English

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registrarnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌredʒɪˈstrɑːr/
LAW, STOCK MARKET a ​person or ​organization whose ​job is to ​keepofficialrecords, especially of ​changes in who ​ownsshares in a ​company: The ​stockbroker will ​conduct the ​transaction on ​screen and ​notify the ​share registrar, all with the ​press of a ​button.
(Definition of registrar from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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