verb (enrolls, enrolling, enrolled)[no object]
- The principal, Sean McCarthy, said adult education is an important sector, with over 13000 students now enrolled in courses.
- A total of 652 students have enrolled in college courses in agriculture, horticulture, horses and forestry.
- Last year, the college had around 20,000 students enrolled on its courses.
- The army organized youth work programmes to replace military service and to enrol young men into its ranks.
- Organizers expect that it will take approximately one year to fully enroll volunteers into the study.
- It has, in effect, enrolled the national courts as enforcers of Community law.
- And it was financially sensible to have deeds and other documents enrolled at a time when the customary fees for this service would go towards one's own salary.
- On the last day today, the election officials had a tough time handling the last-minute crowd that turned up to get their names either enrolled or rectify mistakes in the rolls.
- Example sentences
- If enrollees miss one payment they'll be dropped from the program.
- Sometimes potential enrollees need to complete bridging courses prior to being accepted for courses.
- I'm one of the eight late enrollees - we came in this morning.
Late Middle English (formerly also as inroll): from Old French enroller, from en- 'in' + rolle 'a roll' (names being originally written on a roll of parchment).
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