|Origin:||registre, from Medieval Latin registrum, from Latin regerere 'to bring back'|
re‧gis‧ter1 S3 W3
an official list of names of people, companies etc, or a book that has this list
the official register of births, deaths, and marriages
Have you signed the hotel register?
Police want a national register of DNA samples.
the electoral register (=official list of voters)
call/take the register British English old-fashioned (=say the names of the students in a class, to check who is there)
the words, style, and grammar used by speakers and writers in a particular situation or in a particular type of writing
language style[uncountable and countable] technicalSL
letters written in a formal register
the range of musical notes that someone's voice or a musical instrument can reach
the upper/middle/lower register
the upper register of the cello
a cash register
a movable metal plate that controls the flow of air in a heating or cooling system [= vent]