registered

adjective
reg·​is·​tered | \ ˈre-jə-stərd How to pronounce registered (audio) \

Definition of registered

1a : having the owner's name entered in a register registered security
b : recorded as the owner of a security
2 : recorded on the basis of pedigree or breed characteristics in the studbook of a breed association
3 : qualified formally or officially

Examples of registered in a Sentence

Are you a registered voter?

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Dennett is a registered dietitian nutritionist and owner of Nutrition by Carrie. Carrie Dennett, chicagotribune.com, "Could walking barefoot on grass improve your health? Some science suggests it can.," 11 July 2018 Cathy Deimeke is a registered dietitian nutritionist. Cathy Deimeke, USA TODAY, "Ask a Doc: What can I do to make healthy eating fun and easy for my kids?," 4 July 2018 The potential benefits as a weight-loss strategy are compelling, says Jennifer McDaniel, a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN). Jennifer Franklin, Bon Appetit, "What's Up With Intermittent Fasting, and Should We Be Doing It?," 2 June 2018 The groom’s mother is an independent registered dietitian nutritionist there. New York Times, "Abigail Smul, Matthew Stern," 27 May 2018 The Go Searcher is a registered cargo vessel, 50 meters long and 11 meters wide. Joe Pappalardo, Popular Mechanics, "How It Works: SpaceX Dragon Capsule Splashdown and Recovery," 8 Mar. 2019 There were only 250 registered insulation businesses in Australia when the package was announced. Tim Blair, WSJ, "Green New Deal: A Cautionary Tale," 11 Feb. 2019 Democrats are energized — and a scandal like Hunter’s has sparked something in an already big year Campa-Najjar’s path to victory is winning the vote of every single registered Democrat, almost all independent voters, and some Republicans. Tara Golshan, Vox, "How this Mexican-Palestinian-American progressive is selling the anti-corruption message in Trump country," 15 Oct. 2018 Roman argued that Hammet did not have the right under Kansas law to file an objection to Kobach’s nomination because Hammet is a registered Democrat and cannot legally vote in the Republican primary. John Hanna, The Seattle Times, "Kansas board rejects challenge to Kobach’s bid for governor," 10 Sep. 2018

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First Known Use of registered

1827, in the meaning defined at sense 3

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registered

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of registered

: having the owner's name entered in an official list or register
: having your name entered in an official list or register
: sent by registered mail

registered

adjective
reg·​is·​tered | \ ˈrej-ə-stərd How to pronounce registered (audio) \

Medical Definition of registered

: qualified by formal, official, or legal certification or authentication a registered pharmacist

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