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enroll in (something)

To register oneself or someone in something, often a class. A noun or pronoun can be used between "enroll" and "in." Has your mom enrolled you in the ballet class yet? Now that I've enrolled in classes, I'm officially a college freshman—I can't believe it! Did Dad really enroll himself in an art class at the community college?
See also: enroll

enroll

(someone) in something to sign someone up to be in something. They enrolled me in calculus against my wishes. I want to enroll myself in the history class offered at the latest hour.

enroll

(someone) in something to sign someone up to be in something. They enrolled me in calculus against my wishes. I want to enroll myself in the history class offered at the latest hour.
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Some people who otherwise would be eligible for subsidized qualified health plan coverage can enroll in coverage through a CHIP buy-in program only at high cost.
They were more likely to enroll farms that they owned themselves--25% of the owned units were enrolled--than farms they were renting from another owner--16% of the rented units were enrolled.
Students are encouraged to enroll and complete the first two areas, English and Math, before enrolling in subsequent areas.
Relying initially upon enrollment data supplied by the school district, the academic trajectories of every student scheduled to enroll in the high school after eighth grade were identified by name and cross-tabulated to identify changes in the student's status (i.
On December 23, 1994, FDA announced that companies marketing saline-filled breast implants are required to enroll patients promptly in clinical trials to demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of these devices.
But despite the evidence that HMOs enroll healthier seniors and ration aggressively, and despite evidence that HMOs are incapable of attracting seniors and making money off of them without large subsidies, there is no movement in Congress to kick HMOs out of Medicare.
A taxpayer must enroll in EFTPS with the IRS's Financial Agent using Form 9779, EFTPS Business Enrollment Form, and receive confirmation before an electronic tax payment can be made.
Regardless of whether an outside payroll service is involved, all taxpayers required to file by EFT must enroll, and all have die same option to choose either of two allowable transfer methods.
In May, the Internal Revenue Service began notifying companies that paid employment depository taxes of more than $50,000 in 1995 that they must enroll in the electronic federal tax payment system (EFTPS) by November 1, 1996.