- An example of a registration is an agreement to be a counselor at summer camp.
- An example of a registration is the number of people in a group for which a restaurant has been asked to plan to serve.
- a registering or being registered
- an entry in a register
- the number of persons registered
- the act or technique of registering
- the combination of organ or harpsichord registers chosen for playing a given piece of music
Origin of registrationMedieval Latin registratio
- The act of registering: voter registration.
- The number of persons registered; enrollment.
- An entry in a register.
- A document certifying an act of registering.
- Music a. A combination of organ stops selected to be used in playing a piece.b. The technique of selecting and adjusting organ stops.
(countable and uncountable, plural registrations)
- (uncountable) the act of signing up or registering for something
- Complete the registration process
- (countable) that which registers or makes something official, e.g. the form or paper that registers
- Did you submit your car registration yet?
- (uncountable) alignment, e.g. of colors or other elements in a printing process
- (uncountable) the location where guests register, especially with a hotel.
- The elevators are just past registration.
- (music) The art of selecting and combining the stops or registers of an organ.
registration - Computer Definition
To sign up to a website by entering name, address, e-mail address, etc., and very often creating a password to log in. Websites may offer free information, news and other services but require registration in order to learn more about the user. Unscrupulous website publishers may also sell their users' e-mail addresses. As registered users frequent the site, the publisher derives demographics about its audience and can target ads and services that make the site more profitable. For the user, registration makes logging in again faster, and it may enable the site to tailor information to the user.
registration - Investment & Finance Definition
The process by which the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or a state securities authority reviews a potential stock or debt offering that will be sold to the public. The rules that must be followed are outlined in the Securities Exchange Acts that were passed in 1933 and 1934, and their subsequent amendments. The registration statement filed with the SEC lists the purpose of the offering, identifies the underwriter, and contains detailed information about the company’s business, such as its management team, products and services, competitive position, and other financial information.