Third-person singular simple present indicative form of register.(verb)
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Use "registers" in a sentence
"The fact would seem to be that comparisons between the registers of the child and the adult voice are misleading, since the adult voice has fixed points of change in the vocal mechanism, which can be transcended only with great difficulty, while the child-voice has _no fixed points of change in its vocal registers_."
"Staring at her seemingly oblivious husband across their breakfast table, her expression registers cold dismay."
"Their brain registers the same response that a fully-functioning person gets when they recognize a logically sound proposition."