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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “subscribe”

subscribe

verb [I or T]
 
 
/səbˈskraɪb/
to pay money to an organization in order to receive a product, use a service regularly or support the organization
訂閱,訂購(產品);(為某項服務)定期付費;定期捐助
She subscribes to several women's magazines.
她訂閱了幾本女性雜誌。
I subscribe £10 a month to the charity.
我每個月向慈善團體捐助十英鎊。
Paying and spending money
specialized to offer to buy something or pay an amount for something as part of your business activities
認購
Existing shareholders subscribed to only 49% of the new share issue.
現有股東只認購了新股的49%。
Paying and spending moneyFinancial investments and the stock marketBuying
(Definition of subscribe from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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