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enroll definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To enter or register in a roll, list, or record: enrolled the child in kindergarten; register the minutes associated with conference.
    • To roll or summary.
    • To write or print a final copy of; engross.
    • To enter or register in a roll, record, or record: enrolled the child in kindergarten; register the mins of meeting.
    • To roll or wrap up.
    • To write or print a final content of; engross.
    • To place in a roil; to join up or enter in an inventory or catalogue or on rolls of judge; hence, to capture; to place in files; to leave in writing; ; in addition, reflexively, to enlist.
    • To envelop; to inwrap; to involve.
    • To put in a roil; to join up or enter in a listing or catalogue or on moves of judge; therefore, to record; to put in records; to leave in writing; ; in addition, reflexively, to enlist.
    • To envelop; to inwrap; to include.
    • To enter or register in a roll, listing, or record: enrolled the little one in kindergarten; enlist the mins of the conference.
    • To move or wrap-up.
    • to publish or print one last copy of; engross.
    • To insert in a roil; to register or input a listing or catalogue or on rolls of courtroom; ergo, to record; to put in records; to go out of on paper; ; in addition, reflexively, to get.
    • To envelop; to inwrap; to include.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to put one's title on a roll or register; join: We signed up for the military.
    • To place your name on a roll or sign-up; subscribe: We signed up for the army.
    • To place your name on a roll or register; register: We enrolled in the military.
  • verb:
    • To enter (a name, etc.) in a register, roll or list
    • To get (some body) or make (someone) a member of
    • To enlist oneself (in some thing) or become a member (of anything)
    • To envelop; to enwrap.
    • To enter (a name, etc.) in a register, roll or listing
    • To get (some body) or make (some one) a member of
    • sign-up formally as a participant or user
    • To get oneself (in some thing) or registered as a member (of one thing)
    • To envelop; to enwrap.
    • register formally as a participant or member
    • To enter (a name, etc.) in a register, roll or list
    • To enlist (some body) or make (some one) an associate of
    • To get yourself (in some thing) or are a member (of one thing)
    • To envelop; to enwrap.
    • register formally as a participant or user
  • others:
    • To write in a roll or sign-up; insert or enter the name of in an inventory or catalogue: as, to sign up men for military solution.
    • To record; insert in documents; put in writing or on record.
    • To move; incorporate; wrap.
    • Synonyms and Enlist, enroll, etc. See record, v.
    • In law, to engross; to organize in appropriate legal kind; in addition, especially, in order to make a legislative costs ready for consideration of the Executive.
    • to create in a roll or sign-up; place or go into the title of in a list or catalogue: since, to enroll guys for armed forces solution.
    • To record; place in records; put into writing or on record.
    • To move; involve; wrap.
    • Synonyms and Enlist, enroll, etc. See record, v.
    • in-law, to engross; to get ready in proper legal type; also, especially, to make a legislative bill ready for consideration for the Executive.
    • To write in a roll or register; place or go into the name of in a listing or catalogue: because, to sign up males for military service.
    • To record; insert in records; put in writing or on record.
    • To move; involve; wrap.
    • Synonyms and Enlist, join, etc. See record, v.
    • in-law, to engross; to organize in correct appropriate kind; also, particularly, to create a legislative bill ready for the consideration associated with the Executive.
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