Synonyms of 'enrol'
to become or cause to become a memberTo enrol for the conference, fill in the attached form.
to become or cause to become a memberI thought I'd enrol you with an art group at the school.
In her letters she records the domestic and social details of life in China.
The students were asked to list their favourite sports.
A police officer was noting the number plates of passing cars.
The rise of collectivism in Britain has been chronicled by several historians.
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in the sense of chronicle
to record in or as if in a chronicleThe rise of collectivism in Britain has been chronicled by several historians.
in the sense of engage
to employ (someone) to do somethingWe have been able to engage some staff.
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