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Pronunciation of Registered: Learn how to pronounce Registered in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word register:

noun
1an official list or record of names or items:
a membership register
a book or record of attendance, for example of pupils in a class or guests in a hotel:
the system requires teachers to take the register at each lesson
I had signed the register with my new name
2a particular part of the range of a voice or instrument:
boy trebles singing in a high register
a sliding device controlling a set of organ pipes which share a tonal quality.
a set of organ pipes controlled by a sliding device.
3 Linguistics a variety of a language or a level of usage, as determined by degree of formality and choice of vocabulary, pronunciation, and syntax, according to the communicative purpose, social context, and standing of the user.
4 [mass noun] Printing & Photography the exact correspondence of the position of colour components in a printed positive:
it was reproduced in full colour but unfortunately out of register
Printing the exact correspondence of the position of printed matter on the two sides of a leaf.
5(in electronic devices) a location in a store of data, used for a specific purpose and with quick access time.
6an adjustable plate for widening or narrowing an opening and regulating a draught, especially in a fire grate.
7 Art one of a number of bands or sections into which a design is divided:
the central register shows a Roman Emperor on horseback
verb
[with object]
1enter or record on an official list or directory:
the vessel is registered as British
his father was late in registering his birth
(as adjective registered)
a registered charity
[no object] enter one’s name and other details on an official list or directory:
you register at the site with a user ID and a password
[with infinitive]:
34,500 registered to vote
[no object] put one’s name in a register as a guest in a hotel:
we had a light supper after we’d registered and unpacked
[no object] North American (of a couple to be married) have a list of wedding gifts compiled and kept at a shop for consultation by gift buyers:
at the store’s bridal registry single people can register for gifts even if they are not getting married
entrust (a letter or parcel) to a post office for transmission by registered post:
(as adjective registered)
a registered letter
2(of an instrument) detect and show (a reading) automatically:
the electroscope was too insensitive to register the tiny changes
[no object, with complement] (of an event) give rise to a specified reading on an instrument:
the blast registered 5.4 on the Richter scale
3express or convey (an opinion or emotion):
I wish to register an objection
his features registered amusement
[no object] (of an emotion) show in a person’s face or gestures:
nothing registered on their faces
[usually with negative] notice or become aware of:
he hadn’t even registered her presence
[no object, usually with negative] make an impression on a person’s mind:
the content of her statement did not register
4achieve (a certain score or result) in a game or match:
they registered their third consecutive draw
5 Printing & Photography correspond or cause to correspond exactly in position:
[no object]:
they are adjusted until the impressions register
[with object]:
alignment is achieved by registering the two images
Derivatives

registrable

adjective
Origin:

late Middle English: from Old French regestre or medieval Latin regestrum, registrum, alteration of regestum, singular of late Latin regesta ‘things recorded’, from regerere ‘enter, record’