registrar

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From Medieval Latin registrarius, from registrum (register) + -arius (agent). See more at register.

NounEdit

registrar (plural registrars)

  1. An official keeper, or recorder of records.
  2. An officer in a university who keeps enrollment and academic achievement records.
  3. An officer in a hospital who records admissions.
  4. (Internet) a service that manages domain names.

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registrar (first-person singular present registro, past participle registrat)

  1. to register, to record

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PortugueseEdit

VerbEdit

registrar (first-person singular present indicative registro, past participle registrado)

  1. (Brazil) to register, to record

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EtymologyEdit

From registro.

VerbEdit

registrar (first-person singular present registro, first-person singular preterite registré, past participle registrado)

  1. to register, to record.
  2. to examine, to inspect, to search
  3. (reflexive) to check in

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Last modified on 3 April 2014, at 07:56