Definition of registrant in English:

registrant

Line breaks: regis|trant
Pronunciation: /ˈrɛdʒɪstr(ə)nt
 
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noun

A person who registers something: trade entry to the Paris Book Festival is restricted to paid-up registrants
More example sentences
  • There is indication that Democrats are registering more new voters than Republicans, but there's also been a long-time trend that first time registrants for some reason don't go to the polls in any great numbers.
  • Meanwhile, Ms Hood ruled that voter registrations would be deemed incomplete if registrants forgot to check off the box affirming their citizenship, even though they affirm their citizenship elsewhere on the form.
  • Representatives of Verizon said the response to the competition, open to the first 500 registrants logging online, was so overwhelming that they closed the entries on day one itself.

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