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subscribe to something

phrasal verb with subscribe  us   /səbˈskrɑɪb/ verb [I]
to agree with or support an opinion, belief, or theory: They all believe the same rumors, subscribe to the same theories, and write the same stories.
Translations of “subscribe to something”
in Korean 동의하다…
in Arabic يَشتَرِك في…
in Portuguese concordar com algo…
in Catalan estar d’acord amb ac…
in Japanese ~に同意する, 賛成する…
in Italian condividere qualcosa…
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