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Meaning of registrate by Wiktionary Dictionary

registrate


    Etymology 1

    From the post-Classical Latin registrātus, the perfect passive participle of registrō ( “I register” ) .

    Pronunciation

    • ( UK ) enPR: rĕʹjĭstrət, IPA: /ˈɹɛʤᵻstɹət/, SAMPA: /"r\EdZI\str\@t/
    • ( US ) enPR: rĕʹjəstrət, IPA: /ˈɻɛʤəstɻət/, SAMPA: /"r\`EdZ@str\`@t/

    Adjective

    registrate ( not comparable )

    1. ( Scotland, obsolete ) registered, recorded

    Etymology 2

    From registrāt-, the perfect passive participial stem of the post-Classical Latin registrō ( “I register” ) .

    Pronunciation

    • ( UK ) enPR: rĕʹjĭstrāt, IPA: /ˈɹɛʤᵻstɹeɪt/, SAMPA: /"r\EdZI\str\eIt/
    • ( US ) enPR: rĕʹjəstrāt', IPA: /ˈɻɛʤəˌstɻeɪt/, SAMPA: /"r\`EdZ@%str\`eIt/

    Verb

    registrate ( third-person singular simple present registrates present participle registrating, simple past and past participle registrated )

    1. ( Scotland, now rare, transitive ) register
    Derived terms
    • registrated
    • registrating



Definition of registrate by GCIDE Dictionary

registrate


  1. Registrate ( -tr?t ), v. t. To register. [R.]