enroll (enrolls, present participle enrolling; past and past participle enrolled)
- (transitive) To enter (a name, etc.) in a register, roll or list
- All the citizen capable of bearing arms enrolled themselves.
- 1649, [John] Milton, [Eikonoklastes] […], London: Printed by Matthew Simmons, […], OCLC 1044608640 ↗:
- An unwritten law of common right, so engraven in the hearts of our ancestors, and by them so constantly enjoyed and claimed, as that it needed not enrolling.
- (transitive) To enlist (someone) or make (someone) a member of
- They were eager to enroll new recruits.
- (intransitive) To enlist oneself (in something) or become a member (of something)
- Have you enrolled in classes yet for this term?
- (obsolete, transitive) To envelop; to enwrap.
- (enter in a register) list, note, note down, record, register; see also Thesaurus:enlist
- (enlist) enlist, sign up, subscribe
- (become a member) enlist, join, join up, sign up, subscribe
- (join a class) add, register for (synonyms for “enroll in [a class]”)
- French: inscrire, enrôler
- German: anmelden, einschreiben, immatrikulieren
- Italian: iscriversi
- Portuguese: inscrever, matricular
- Russian: запи́сываться
- Spanish: enrolar
- French: enrôler
- German: immatrikulieren
- Italian: reclutare
- Portuguese: inscrever, alistar
- Russian: (transitive) запи́сывать
- Spanish: alistar