transitive verb
im·​matriculate | \ ˌi+\

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First Known Use of immatriculate

1602, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for immatriculate

Medieval Latin immatriculatus, past participle of immatriculare to join, from Latin in- in- entry 2 + Medieval Latin matricula

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