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register
British English: /ˈrɛdʒɪstə/
American English: /ˈrɛdʒəstər/

Translation of register in Italian:

noun

  • 1
    (Administration, Business)
    (School)
    registro (masculine) delle assenze
    to keep a register to enter something in a register
    inserire qualcosa in un registro
    to take the register (School)
    prendere le presenze
    register of births, marriages and deaths
    registro di stato civile o anagrafe
    missing persons' register
    registro delle persone scomparse
  • 2 (Music, Linguistics, Computing, Print) lower, middle, upper register (Music)
    registro grave, medio, alto

transitive verb

  • 4 (mentally)
    (notice)
    prendere nota, registrare (nella mente)
    (realize)
    rendersi conto
    I registered (the fact) that he was late
    ho preso mentalmente nota del fatto che fosse in ritardo
    she suddenly registered that o it suddenly registered (with her) that …
    improvvisamente si rese conto che …
  • 5 (achieve, record)
    (person, bank, company) (loss, gain, victory, success)
  • 6
    mandare [qualcosa] per raccomandata
    (letter)
    (luggage)
  • 7 (Technology) (person, machine)
    (parts)
    to be registered
    (parts)
    essere regolato o registrato
  • 8 (Print)
    mettere [qualcosa] in registro
    (printing press)

intransitive verb

  • 1 (declare oneself officially) (person)
    (to vote, for course, school)
    iscriversi
    (at hotel)
    registrarsi a
    (with police, for national services, for taxes)
    farsi recensire
    for per
    (for shares) for a
    to register for voting, for a course, for a school
    iscriversi nelle liste elettorali, a un corso, in una scuola
    to register with a doctor, dentist
    iscriversi nella lista dei pazienti di un dottore, di un dentista
  • 2 (be shown)
    (speed, temperature, earthquake)
    essere registrato
  • 4 (Technology)
    (parts)
    essere regolato, registrato

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