Origin of registrar
OTHER WORDS FROM registrarreg·is·trar·ship, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH registrarregister, registrar
Words nearby registrar
How to use registrar in a sentence
It has no app on Apple or Google, but it still exists online after Epik, a domain registrar, and Cloudflare, a cloud security company, agreed to go on servicing the company.
The registrar is still counting votes, so some of the tighter races are too soon to call.Morning Report: Voters Sent a Message on Housing Solutions|Voice of San Diego|November 5, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Somehow the registrar of voters allowed a feed of results of ballots already calculated to go live on the internet.
Check with your local registrar or do a search online for “early voting locations” and add the name of your city or county.Virginia voting guide: What to know about early voting, mail-in ballots|Antonio Olivo, Patricia Sullivan|October 28, 2020|Washington Post
Ahead of the presidential election, its registrar achieved quite a feat, registering 97% of the eligible population.How a Texas county is handling record voting turnout during a pandemic|Annalisa Merelli|October 17, 2020|Quartz
Since then, the museum registrar has become borderline obsessive in devoting his time to stopping Landis.
A letter from the dean of the Israeli yeshivah where he'd studied eventually satisfied the rabbinate registrar.The Chief Rabbinate Proves Jews Would Be Better Off without It|Gershom Gorenberg|October 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They were seen at the Chelsea Registrar Office this week, giving notice of their upcoming nuptials.Christopher Bailey Is Getting Hitched; Ann Romney Snubbed Anna Wintour|The Daily Beast|August 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Every registrar who will nurse back to life this important and graceful industry will earn the gratitude of India.Third class in Indian railways|Mahatma Gandhi
The complaint is not entered by the registrar as grief; but that it is.
A parish registrar must be a very important functionary in the estimation of these High Church devotees.The Sheepfold and the Common, Vol. II (of 2)|Timothy East
He rose so high in the devil's favour, that he was appointed registrar and secretary of the conventions.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
Actuary, akt′ū-ar-i, n. a registrar or clerk: one who makes the calculations connected with an insurance office.