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1. N-COUNT 登记本;注册簿;(官方)记录 A register is an official list or record of people or things. 
  • ...registers of births, deaths and marriages...


  • He signed the register at the hotel...


  • She calls the register for her class of thirty 12 year olds.


2. VERB 登记;注册 If you register to do something, you put your name on an official list, in order to be able to do that thing or to receive a service. 
  • Have you come to register at the school?...


  • Thousands lined up to register to vote...


  • Many students register for these courses to widen skills for use in their current job ...


3. VERB 登记;正式记录;给…注册 If you register something, such as the name of a person who has just died or information about something you own, you have these facts recorded on an official list. 
  • In order to register a car in Japan, the owner must have somewhere to park it...


  • We registered his birth...


  • The house is registered in her name, not her husband's.


4. V-ERG (仪表等)显示,指示 When something registers on a scale or measuring instrument, it shows on the scale or instrument. You can also say that something registers a certain amount or level on a scale or measuring instrument. 
  • It will only register on sophisticated X-ray equipment...


  • The earthquake registered 5.3 points on the Richter scale...


  • The scales registered a gain of 1.3 kilograms.


5. VERB 表示,表达(情绪或意见) If you register your feelings or opinions about something, you do something that makes them clear to other people. 
  • Voters wish to register their dissatisfaction with the ruling party...


  • Workers stopped work to register their protest.


6. VERB (表情)流露,显露,显出 If a feeling registers on someone's face, their expression shows clearly that they have that feeling. 
  • Surprise again registered on Rodney's face.


7. V-ERG 引起注意;(被)意识到;(使)留下印象 If a piece of information does not register or if you do not register it, you do not really pay attention to it, and so you do not remember it or react to it. 
  • What I said sometimes didn't register in her brain...


  • The sound was so familiar that she didn't register it.


8. N-COUNT (嗓音或乐器的)音域 If you sing or play something in a high or low register, you sing, or play it using high or low notes. If you say something in a high or low register, you say it in a high or low voice. 
9. N-VAR (语言学中的)语域 In linguistics, the register of a piece of speech or writing is its level and style of language, which is usually appropriate to the situation or circumstances in which it is used. 
10. See also: cash register; electoral register;  
vt. & vi.

1. 记录; 登记; 注册

  • An increasing number of students are registering for degree courses each year.
  • 每年, 越来越多的学生注册学习学位课程。
  • How many members have officially registered in the club?
  • 该俱乐部正式登记的会员有多少?
  • Have you registered the birth of your baby?
  • 你给婴儿的出生登记了吗?
  • In former times, only property owners could be registered as voters.
  • 从前, 只有有财产的人才能登记作选民。

2. 显出

  • A surprise that he was unable to hide registered on his face.
  • 他脸上露出掩饰不住的惊讶的表情。
  • His face registered both surprise and joy.
  • 他脸上显露出惊喜交集的表情。

3. 注意到, 记住

  • He told me he was married but I'm afraid it didn't register.
  • 他告诉我他已经结婚了, 不过我想当时我并未把这事记在心上。
  • I registered that she was late.
  • 我注意到她迟到了。

1. 登记(表), 注册(簿)

  • He was looking over a hotel register.
  • 他正在仔细检查旅馆住宿登记表。
  • Each class has a register of 50 students.
  • 每班注册有50个学生。

2. 记录器

  • A register indicated the number of people who had gone through.
  • 记录器上显示出经过的人数。

3. 暖气, 调风器

  • We turned the house registers off during the summer.
  • 夏天, 我们关掉室内的暖气。

4. 声区;音区

5. (适合特定场合使用的)语体风格,语域

6. 主管登记的人,登记员;注册员;挂号员

7. 自动记录器;计数器;【计算机】寄存器


1. (正式地或公开地)发表意见,提出主张

2. 显示(读数);记录

3. 流露出;显得;表达出

4. (仪表等)指示;标示;显示

  • The thermometer registered 29℃ yesterday.
  • 昨天温度表上显示的读数为摄氏29度。

5. [比喻]记住;使留下印象

  • I registered that his surname was Wang.
  • 我记得清清楚楚他姓王。

6. 把…挂号邮寄

7. 表示;表达,(以书面形式)提出

  • They registered a strong protest with the United Nations.
  • 他们向联合国提出强烈抗议。

8. 达到;获得

  • China has registered astonishing economic progress.
  • 中国取得了惊人的经济发展。

1. 留下印象;被记住[常用于否定句中]

  • Their names simply didn't register with me.
  • 我对他们的名字简直没有什么印象。

2. 完全符合;【印刷】对齐;套准

  • The holes for the bolts registered perfectly.
  • 螺栓的孔眼完全合适。

1. an official written record of names or events or transactions

2. (music) the timbre that is characteristic of a certain range and manner of production of the human voice or of different pipe organ stops or of different musical instruments

3. a book in which names and transactions are listed

4. (computer science) memory device that is the part of computer memory that has a specific address and that is used to hold information of a specific kind

5. an air passage (usually in the floor or a wall of a room) for admitting or excluding heated air from the room

6. a regulator (as a sliding plate) for regulating the flow of air into a furnace or other heating device

7. a cashbox with an adding machine to register transactions; used in shops to add up the bill


1. record in writing; enter into a book of names or events or transactions

2. record in a public office or in a court of law;

  • "file for divorce"
  • "file a complaint"

3. enroll to vote;

  • "register for an election"

4. be aware of;

  • "Did you register any change when I pressed the button?"

5. indicate a certain reading; of gauges and instruments;

  • "The thermometer showed thirteen degrees below zero"
  • "The gauge read `empty'"

6. have one's name listed as a candidate for several parties

7. show in one's face;

  • "Her surprise did not register"

8. manipulate the registers of an organ

9. send by registered mail;

  • "I'd like to register this letter"

10. enter into someone's consciousness;

  • "Did this event register in your parents' minds?"
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