Translation of enroll in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ɪnˈrəʊl/
, (BrE) enrol-ll-


  • matricularse, inscribirse* they enrolled for a French course se matricularon or se inscribieron en un curso de francés I enrolled in the drama club me hice socia del club de teatro


  • 1.1 [parents] matricular, inscribir* 1.2 [organization] inscribir* the school is not enrolling any more students ya no aceptan más alumnos en la escuela the club enrolled 20 new members last year el año pasado 20 personas se hicieron socias del club

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