[c]/ɛnˈroʊl / (say en'rohl), /ən- / (say uhn-)

verb (enrolled, enrolling)
verb (t)
1. to write (a name) or insert the name of (a person) in a roll or register; place upon a list.
2. to place (a person) on a list or register as a preliminary to their joining an organisation: to enrol a new member.
3. Education to place on the register of an educational institution, or of a course offered by an educational institution.
4. Computers to place on a list of authorised users of software.
5. to put in a record, as of a court; record.
6. Rare to roll or wrap up.
verb (i)
7. to enrol oneself.
Also, Chiefly US, enroll. {Middle English enroll(en), from Old French enroller, from en- en-1 + rolle roll (noun)
enroller, noun
enrollee, noun

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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