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reg·is·trar

 (rĕj′ĭ-strär′, rĕj′ĭ-strär′)
n.
1. One who is in charge of official records.
2. An officer in a college or university who keeps the records of enrollment and academic standing.
3. An officer of a corporation responsible for maintaining records of ownership of its securities.
4. An admitting officer in a hospital.

[Probably from registrary, from Medieval Latin registrārius, from registrum, register; see register.]

registrar

(ˌrɛdʒɪˈstrɑː; ˈrɛdʒɪˌstrɑː)
n
1. a person who keeps official records
2. (Education) an administrative official responsible for student records, enrolment procedure, etc, in a school, college, or university
3. (Professions) an administrative official responsible for student records, enrolment procedure, etc, in a school, college, or university
4. (Medicine) Brit and NZ a hospital doctor senior to a houseman but junior to a consultant, specializing in either medicine (medical registrar) or surgery (surgical registrar)
5. (Professions) Brit and NZ a hospital doctor senior to a houseman but junior to a consultant, specializing in either medicine (medical registrar) or surgery (surgical registrar)
6. (Medicine) Austral the chief medical administrator of a large hospital
7. (Professions) Austral the chief medical administrator of a large hospital
8. (Banking & Finance) chiefly US a person employed by a company to maintain a register of its security issues
9. (Professions) chiefly US a person employed by a company to maintain a register of its security issues
ˈregistrarship n

reg•is•trar

(ˈrɛdʒ əˌstrɑr)

n.
1. a person who keeps a record; an official recorder.
2. an official at a school or college who maintains students' records, issues reports of grades, mails out official publications, etc.
[1350–1400; earlier registrer, Middle English < Anglo-French (Old French registreur) < Medieval Latin registrātor=registrā(re) to register + -tor -tor; see -ar2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.registrar - a person employed to keep a record of the owners of stocks and bonds issued by the companyregistrar - a person employed to keep a record of the owners of stocks and bonds issued by the company
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
2.registrar - the administrator responsible for student records
academic administrator - an administrator in a college or university
3.registrar - someone responsible for keeping records
functionary, official - a worker who holds or is invested with an office
rapporteur - a recorder appointed by a committee to prepare reports of the meetings
Translations
مُسَجِّل، أمين السِّجِلات
matrikářodborný lékař
afdelingslægeregistrator
anyakönyvvezetõ
skrásetjarispítalalæknir; læknakandídat
matrikárodborný lekár
kayıt/sicil memurustajyer ile uzman arası doktor

registrar

[ˌredʒɪsˈtrɑːʳ] N
1. [of births, marriages, deaths] → secretario/a m/f del registro civil
2. (Univ) → secretario/a m/f general
3. (Med) → interno/a m/f
4. [of society] → secretario/a m/f

registrar

[ˌrɛdʒɪˈstrɑːr ˈrɛdʒɪstrɑːr] n
(= recorder of births, marriages, deaths) → officier m de l'état civil
(at university)secrétaire mf général
(= hospital doctor) → chef mf de cliniqueregistrar's office n (British) (= registry office) → bureau m de l'état civil

registrar

n (Brit) (Admin) → Standesbeamte(r) m/-beamtin f; (Univ) → höchster Verwaltungsbeamter, höchste Verwaltungsbeamtin, ˜ Kanzler(in) m(f); (Med) → Krankenhausarzt m/-ärztin f; to be married by the registrarsich standesamtlich trauen lassen

registrar

[ˌrɛdʒɪsˈtrɑːʳ] n (of births, deaths, marriages) → ufficiale m di stato civile (Univ) → direttore m amministrativo (Med) medico ospedaliero superiore ad un interno
Registrar of Companies → Ufficio del Registro

register

(ˈredʒistə) noun
(a book containing) a written list, record etc. a school attendance register; a register of births, marriages and deaths.
verb
1. to write or cause to be written in a register. to register the birth of a baby.
2. to write one's name, or have one's name written, in a register etc. They arrived on Friday and registered at the Hilton Hotel.
3. to insure (a parcel, letter etc) against loss in the post.
4. (of an instrument, dial etc) to show (a figure, amount etc). The thermometer registered 25C.
ˈregistered adjective
a registered letter.
ˌregiˈstrar (-ˈstraː) noun
1. a person whose duty it is to keep a register (especially of births, marriages and deaths).
2. in the United Kingdom etc one of the grades of hospital doctors.
ˈregistryplural ˈregistries noun
an office or place where registers are kept.
register office / registry office
an office where records of births, marriages etc are kept and where marriages may be performed.
registration number (also licence number)
the letters and numbers which a car, bus etc has on a plate at the front and rear.
References in classic literature ?
I replied, with all due deference to his experience (but with more deference, I am afraid, to his being Dora's father), that perhaps it was a little nonsensical that the Registry of that Court, containing the original wills of all persons leaving effects within the immense province of Canterbury, for three whole centuries, should be an accidental building, never designed for the purpose, leased by the registrars for their Own private emolument, unsafe, not even ascertained to be fire-proof, choked with the important documents it held, and positively, from the roof to the basement, a mercenary speculation of the registrars, who took great fees from the public, and crammed the public's wills away anyhow and anywhere, having no other object than to get rid of them cheaply.
Let us fill up the certificate at once, and I shall take it myself to the registrar and go on to the undertaker.
At ten o'clock in the morning the Sieur de la Coste, ensign in the king's Guards, followed by two officers and several archers of that body, came to the city registrar, named Clement, and demanded of him all the keys of the rooms and offices of the hotel.
There is the registrar below the judge, in wig and gown; and there are two or three maces, or petty- bags, or privy purses, or whatever they may be, in legal court suits.
When he was appointed Registrar at Thomas's I hadn't a chance of getting on the staff.
and so cold that the pen of the registrar of the parliament froze every three words, in the Grand Chamber
In those uncivilized days, the Marriage Act had not been passed, and there was no convenient hymeneal registrar in England to change a vagabond runaway couple into a respectable man and wife at a moment's notice.
He dismissed the old registrar and the clerk, and in their place installed better-educated men, who worked far harder, moreover, than their predecessors had done.
The Registrar laughed, the barristers laughed, the reporters laughed, the serried ranks of the miserable depositors watching anxiously every word, laughed like one man.
On the platform we found Monsieur de Marquet and his Registrar, who represented the Judicial Court of Corbeil.
To the Registrar of the Sub-District in which the undermentioned death took place.
I must refer you to the Registrar of the District in which the humble dwelling was situated, for the certified cause of death; but early sorrow and anxiety may have had to do with it, though they may not appear in the ruled pages and printed forms.

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