- the act or technique of registrating.
- the selection of stops made by an organist for a particular piece.
- registered representative,
- registered trademark,
- registration document,
- registration number,
- registration plate,
- registry office
Origin of registration
Examples from the Web for registration
Al-Shabab demanded from the agencies what it described as “registration fees” of up to $10,000.
But, on Monday, LaSalvia finally threw in the towel and changed his registration to be an independent.The Gay Conservative Quitting the GOP Over ‘Bigotry’|Ben Jacobs|January 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
By 2011, according to Pew, the Hispanic registration gap was up to 47 points.Chris Christie Is No George W. Bush, and 2016 Is Definitely Not 2000|Peter Beinart|November 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Party identification matters greatly in this city, which has a 6-1 Democratic registration advantage.New York City Mayoral Debate Features Strong Sparring but No Knockout|David Freedlander|October 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Registration takes place online each Monday on a class-by-class basis.SoulCycle Is a Booming Exercise Chain for the 1 Percent|Filipa Ioannou|July 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Regulations for the registration of fishing boats were issued by order in council in the following year.
In the washstand drawer was Olsens registration book—fancy Olsens leaving it there!Egholm and his God|Johannes Buchholtz
But every attempt to verify this opinion, by careful observation and registration, has failed.The Philosophy of the Weather|Thomas Belden Butler
The girls could complete their plans for registration during the afternoon and in the evening they could return home in good time.Janet Hardy in Radio City|Ruthe S. Wheeler
He then sent for his book of registration and showed us the name registered as Carter H. Harrison.My Trip Around the World|Eleonora Hunt
- the act of registering or state of being registered
- (as modifier)a registration number
- a tax payable by the owner of a motor vehicle
- the period paid for
1560s, from Middle French registration and directly from Medieval Latin registrationem (nominative registratio) "a registering," noun of action from past participle stem of registrare (see register (v.)).