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ma·tric·u·late

 (mə-trĭk′yə-lāt′)
tr. & intr.v. ma·tric·u·lat·ed, ma·tric·u·lat·ing, ma·tric·u·lates
To admit or be admitted into a group, especially a college or university.
n. (-lĭt, -lāt′)
One who is admitted as a student to a college or university.

[From Medieval Latin mātrīculāre, mātrīculāt-, from Late Latin mātrīcula, list, diminutive of mātrīx, mātrīc-; see matrix.]

ma·tric′u·la′tion n.

matriculate

vb
1. (Education) to enrol or be enrolled in an institution, esp a college or university
2. (Education) (intr) to attain the academic standard required for a course at such an institution
n
(Education) Also called: matriculant a person who has matriculated
[C16: from Medieval Latin mātrīculāre to register, from mātrīcula, diminutive of matrix list, matrix]
maˈtricuˌlator n

ma•tric•u•late

(məˈtrɪk yəˌleɪt)

v. -lat•ed, -lat•ing. v.t.
1. to enroll as a student in a college or university.
v.i.
2. to become matriculated.
[1570–80; < Medieval Latin mātrīculātus (person) listed (for some specific duty) = Late Latin mātrīcul(a) list (diminutive of mātrix; see matrix) + Latin -ātus -ate1]
ma•tric′u•lant, n.
ma•tric`u•la′tion, n.
ma•tric′u•la`tor, n.

matriculate


Past participle: matriculated
Gerund: matriculating

Imperative
matriculate
matriculate
Present
I matriculate
you matriculate
he/she/it matriculates
we matriculate
you matriculate
they matriculate
Preterite
I matriculated
you matriculated
he/she/it matriculated
we matriculated
you matriculated
they matriculated
Present Continuous
I am matriculating
you are matriculating
he/she/it is matriculating
we are matriculating
you are matriculating
they are matriculating
Present Perfect
I have matriculated
you have matriculated
he/she/it has matriculated
we have matriculated
you have matriculated
they have matriculated
Past Continuous
I was matriculating
you were matriculating
he/she/it was matriculating
we were matriculating
you were matriculating
they were matriculating
Past Perfect
I had matriculated
you had matriculated
he/she/it had matriculated
we had matriculated
you had matriculated
they had matriculated
Future
I will matriculate
you will matriculate
he/she/it will matriculate
we will matriculate
you will matriculate
they will matriculate
Future Perfect
I will have matriculated
you will have matriculated
he/she/it will have matriculated
we will have matriculated
you will have matriculated
they will have matriculated
Future Continuous
I will be matriculating
you will be matriculating
he/she/it will be matriculating
we will be matriculating
you will be matriculating
they will be matriculating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been matriculating
you have been matriculating
he/she/it has been matriculating
we have been matriculating
you have been matriculating
they have been matriculating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been matriculating
you will have been matriculating
he/she/it will have been matriculating
we will have been matriculating
you will have been matriculating
they will have been matriculating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been matriculating
you had been matriculating
he/she/it had been matriculating
we had been matriculating
you had been matriculating
they had been matriculating
Conditional
I would matriculate
you would matriculate
he/she/it would matriculate
we would matriculate
you would matriculate
they would matriculate
Past Conditional
I would have matriculated
you would have matriculated
he/she/it would have matriculated
we would have matriculated
you would have matriculated
they would have matriculated

matriculate

To enroll as a student at a college or university.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.matriculate - someone who has been admitted to a college or university
college student, university student - a student enrolled in a college or university
Verb1.matriculate - enroll as a studentmatriculate - enroll as a student      
enrol, enroll, recruit, inscribe, enter - register formally as a participant or member; "The party recruited many new members"
Translations
zapsat se
blive immatrikuleret
innritast
imatrikuliacijaimatrikuliuoti
imatrikulēt, uzņemt augstskolā
kaydedilmekkaydetmek

matriculate

[məˈtrɪkjʊleɪt]
A. VTmatricular
B. VImatricularse

matriculate

[məˈtrɪkjʊleɪt] vi [student] → être admis(e) à l'université

matriculate

visich immatrikulieren

matriculate

[məˈtrɪkjʊˌleɪt] viimmatricolarsi

matriculate

(məˈtrikjuleit) verb
to (cause to) become a member of a university etc by being enrolled.
maˌtricuˈlation noun
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