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registrar

Pronunciation: /ˈredʒəstrɑːr; ˌredʒɪsˈtrɑː(r); ˈredʒɪstrɑː(r)/

Translation of registrar in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (in local govenment)[ funcionario encargado de llevar los registros de nacimientos, defunciones, etc ] 1.2 (in university, college) secretario, (masculine, feminine) de admisiones
    Example sentences
    • I told Stacy I was planning to call her employer and check with the registrar at the university from which she said she had graduated.
    • Waterford city native, Dr John Nolan is the registrar or chief executive of the National University of Ireland, under whose aegis the new degree was developed.
    • Some of the experts who will answer questions on the double cohort include university presidents, registrars, government officials and the alliance themselves.
    1.3 [Medicine/Medicina] (in UK) jefe, (masculine, feminine) de admisiones
    Example sentences
    • The training needs of general practice registrars and healthcare professionals at all levels will have to be identified and programmes implemented to ensure that these needs are taken care of.
    • All 621 doctors and 47 registrars in 221 general practices in Glasgow were informed by letter about the study and invited to participate.
    • During these sessions, a senior general practitioner observes a registrar's consultations and reviews the surgery's equipment, policies, and procedures.
    1.4 [Business/Comercio] secretario, (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • As well as being the proud mum at the civil ceremony - she'll also be the officiating registrar.
    • Ottoman registrars recorded villages whether or not they were inhabited, on the basis that since they had once provided revenue, they might yet do so again.
    • When either a collection or items to be added to an existing collection come to an institution, a registrar creates a record of the content and then passes the content along to the collection manager.

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