enrol

[ UK /ɛnɹˈə‍ʊl/ ]
VERB
  1. register formally as a participant or member
    The party recruited many new members
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How To Use enrol In A Sentence

  • Closing date for enrolment forms was on Tuesday March 1st, 2005 for Good Counsel Girls School.
  • The school's enrolment policy is based on three criteria, after which random selection is used.
  • A senate committee has killed a bill that would have ended Virginia's four-year-old mandate that girls receive the vaccine that protects against the human papillomavirus before enrolling in the sixth grade. Senate panel kills bill to end Virginia's HPV vaccine mandate
  • She is currently enrolled at California State University Fullerton as a freshman in the Honors Program.
  • It also has a public service obligation that means it has to enrol staff in its scheme if their employer is unable to. Times, Sunday Times
  • Middle school enrollments will peak this year.
  • Those who don't make it in Treviso usually sign with clubs in lower divisions, and, if they are enrolled in a university, continue studying at a slower pace because of the demands of pro basketball. USATODAY.com - Team-first, back-to-basics foreigners changing NBA
  • And another big one, of course, is the growing number of people who have no family doctor and no hope of getting one, either, because years ago the government (composed of people who NEVER make any mistakes) decided there were too many doctors and limited enrollment in med schools across the country. ProWomanProLife » Abortion politics in the USA
  • This year, nearly 150 teachers and teaching aspirants have enrolled for the one-month certificate programme.
  • At the time, he was enrolled in the law department of the prestigious University of Tokyo.
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