The action or process of registering or of being registered
the registration of births, marriages, and deaths
the number of new private car registrations has increased
A certificate that attests to the registering of (a person, automobile, etc.)
A combination of stops used when playing the organ
the act of enrolling
the body of people (such as students) who register or enroll at the same time
a document certifying an act of registering
(music) the sound property resulting from a combination of organ stops used to perform a particular piece of music; the technique of selecting and adjusting organ stops
adjustment: the act of adjusting something to match a standard
(register) record in writing; enter into a book of names or events or transactions
Image registration is the process of transforming different sets of data into one coordinate system. Data may be multiple photographs, data from different sensors, from different times, or from different viewpoints. ...
Licensure refers to the granting of a license, which gives a 'permission to practice.' Such licenses are usually issued in order to regulate some activity that is deemed to be dangerous or a threat to the person or the public or which involves a high level of specialized skill. ...
(Register (computing)) In computer architecture, a processor register (or general purpose register) is a small amount of storage available on the CPU whose contents can be accessed more quickly than storage available elsewhere. ...
(Register (music)) In music, a register is the relative "height" or range of a note, set of pitches or pitch classes, melody, part, instrument or group of instruments. A higher register indicates higher pitch.
(Register (phonology)) In linguistics, a register language, also known as a pitch-register language, is a language which combines tone and vowel phonation into a single phonological system. Burmese and the Chinese dialect Shanghainese are examples. ...
(Register (sculpture)) Register is a term that refers to pictographic representation of a scene, and its separation from an adjoining scene by putting the scene in registered sections. This term can be applied in sculpture, or ancient artwork, or languages. ...
the act of signing up or registering for something; that which registers or makes something official, e.g. the form or paper that registers; alignment, e.g. of colors or other elements in a printing process; the location where guests register, especially with a hotel
(register) A formal recording of names, events, transactions etc; A book of such entries; An entry in such a book; The act of registering; A device that automatically records a quantity; Part of the central processing unit used to store and manipulate numbers; A list of received calls in a ...
(REGISTRATIONS) Seller of Travel: Expedia, Inc. is a registered seller of travel in each of the states listed below:
(Registrations) The number of customers who open an account through your affiliate link.
(Registrations) is compulsory to effect legal transfer of an interest in property and each time the property is sold, mortgaged, or a mortgage discharged, the transaction is recorded on the Certificate of Title.
Registrations are used to define the default version for parts in a particular workspace. They also define the pools that are to be used by the workspace for build purpose.
(Register (Domain Name)) Since every domain is unique, registries have been set up to assign domains to individuals and organziations. When a domain is registered with the appropriate registry, that domain is assigned and becomes no longer available for anyone else to use. ...
(Register) A book made available by the Funeral Director for recording the names of people visiting the funeral home to pay their respects to the deceased. ...
(Register) A fixture through which conditioned air flows. In a gravity heating system, it is located near the baseboard. In an air conditioning system, it is located close to the thermostat.
(Register) The open end of a duct in a room for warm or cool air.
(Register) Where air from a furnace or air conditioning system enters the room.
(Register) Another name for a subdial; this is usually a dial within the main dial of a watch. The best example is possibly a chronograph where there may be registers for the chronograph minutes and hours. Some watches have registers with pointers showing the day and date.
(Register) style of language (e.g., formal, colloquial) appropriate to a specific audience, purpose, or situation. ...