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register as (something)

1. To enter one's name into an official record as having some particular status. I registered as a democrat when I first started voting, but I'm thinking of switching my registration to a libertarian. Because of the conviction, he will be forced to register as a sex offender for the next 10 years.
2. To enter someone's name into an official record as having some particular status. Often used in passive constructions. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "register" and "as." We'll first have to register you as a patient before we can begin any treatments. She's registered as a director in the company.
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register for (something)

1. To enter one's name and details into an official list in order to do, receive, or participate in something. Be sure to register for a chance to win a brand-new 4K television. The class is filling up, so you'll need to register for it soon if you want to attend.
2. To enter someone's or one's own name and details into an official list in order to do, receive, or participate in something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "register" and "for." My case worker is registering me for an online class to improve my computer skills. I'm going to register my Pomeranian for a dog show next year. You should register yourself for the government's self-employed tax-break scheme.
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register in (something)

1. To enter one's name on an official list or record. You should finish registering in all your classes tonight. If you put it off any longer, they may not be available for the next semester. The class is filling up, so you'll need to register for it soon if you want to attend.
2. To enter one's name into an official register in a particular city, state, country, etc. You'll need to register in Dublin within a week of arriving into Ireland, or you could face problems with immigration down the line. The class is filling up, so you'll need to register for it soon if you want to attend.
3. To enter someone's or one's own name and details into an official list or record. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "register" and "in." My case worker is registering me in an online class to improve my computer skills. I've registered my daughter in a number of clubs and activities for the summer.
4. To enter someone's or one's own name and details into an official register in a particular city, state, country, etc. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "register" and "in." He lives in Britain, but he registered his company in France. You'll need to register your vehicle in the new country when you arrive.
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register on (something)

1. To enter one's name on a website or software application. You'll need to register on our mobile app before you can start using our service. My wife registered on the website two years ago, but wasn't able to remember her password.
2. To enter someone's, something's, or one's own name and details on an official list or record. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "register" and "on." I suggest registering each of your family members on the State Department's website before you travel. She registered the business on a database of recruiters to help find new employees.
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register on (one's) face

Of an emotion or mental process, to become apparent or evident through one's facial expression. Anger registered on her face as I told her what happened. I could see confusion registering on everyone's faces when they announced him as the winner.
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register with (someone or something)

1. To give one's name or other details with a particular person, place, department, organization, etc. You'll need to register with someone at the front desk before you can come into the building. Be sure to register with Citizenship and Immigration Services as soon as you arrive in the country.
2. To give someone's, something's, or one's own name or other details with a particular person, place, department, organization, etc. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "register" and "with." We need to register the business with the appropriate tax authority. I homeschool my children, but I still need to register them with the local school district. By registering your product with the manufacturer, you are guaranteed a minimum warranty under EU law.
3. To be understood or comprehended by someone; to make an impression or have an effect on someone. I could tell that the news of her son's death was not registering with her. I showed the victim several pictures of possible suspects, but none of them registered with him.
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Schedule VI, Part V (Exports), Subsection 13(a) applies a zero rate to supplies made "to a non-resident person who is not registered under Subdivision d of Division V of Part IX of the Act of tangible personal property, or a service performed in respect of tangible personal or real property, if the property or service is acquired by the person for the purpose of fulfilling an obligation of the person under a warranty.
Currently registered advisers who want to amend their registrations will be required, through an incremental schedule, to make the transition to electronic filing during the first four months of 2001.
Issuer: A company whose securities are registered with the SEC or one required to file reports with the SEC, or that files or has filed an SEC registration statement that has not yet become effective and has not been withdrawn (SOA Section 2(a)(7)).
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