- To register for college classes is an example of enroll.
- To become a member of a local book club is an example of enroll.
transitive verb-·rolled′, -·roll′ing
- to record in a list
- to enlist
- to accept as or cause to be a member
- Archaic to roll up; wrap up
- to make a final fair copy of (a bill passed by a legislature)
Origin of enrollMiddle English enrollen from Old French enroller: see en- and roll
intransitive verb-·rolled′, -·roll′ing
verben·rolled, en·roll·ing, en·rolls, also en·rols
- To enter or register in a roll, list, or record: enrolled the child in kindergarten; enroll the minutes of the meeting.
- To roll or wrap up.
- To write or print a final copy of; engross.
Origin of enrollMiddle English enrollen from Old French enroller en- in ; see en- 1. rolle roll ( from Latin rotula little wheel ; see roll . )
(third-person singular simple present enrolls, present participle enrolling, simple past and past participle enrolled)
From Old French enroller