Word family noun register registration registry verb register
From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles
registrationre‧gis‧tra‧tion /ˌredʒəˈstreɪʃən/ ●●○ S3 AWL noun 1 [uncountable]LIST the act of recording names and details on an official listregistration of the registration of motor vehicles Student registration (=for a course of study) starts the first week in September. The registration fee is $75.2 [countable] American EnglishTTC an official piece of paper containing details about a motor vehicle and the name of its owner May I see your license and registration, ma'am?
Examples from the Corpus
registrationMay I see your license and registration, Ma'am?Last month disagreements about who should be eligible to vote brought registration to a halt.Up at the plaza across from Damrosch Park, tables line the perimeter for registrations.For companies you need their full name, country of registration and registration number.The current shareware program is version 4.0 and on registration you receive free updates for life.If the registration officer disallows your application he will let you know.The registration fee is $75.Women are the biggest demographic group but not the only one that will be the target of voter registration appeals.voter registrationregistration ofthe registration of births and deaths
From King Business Dictionaryregistrationre‧gis‧tra‧tion /ˌredʒəˈstreɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]1the act of recording names and details on an official listthe registration of a trademark2FINANCE in the US, the process of a company officially telling the SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION that it wishes to sell bonds, shares etc on a financial market, and getting its agreement to do thiscompanies seeking SEC registration to sell securities to the public shelf registration see also certificate of registration