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Translation of "subscribe" - English-Spanish dictionary

subscribe

verb   /səbˈskraɪb/
to pay money to an organization so that you regularly receive a service or product, such as a magazine or newspaper suscribirse to subscribe to a magazine/an online service1420
subscriber noun /səbˈskraɪ·bər/
suscriptor, -ora
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(Definition of subscribe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

subscribe

verb /səbˈskraib/
(with to) to promise to receive and pay for a series of issues of (a magazine etc) suscribirse (a), abonarse (a) I’ve been subscribing to that magazine for four years.
to give money, with other people, to a charity or other cause hacer donaciones, contribuir con dinero He subscribes to a lot of charities We each subscribed $1 towards the present.
subscriber noun
a person who subscribes to a charity or a magazine etc. persona que dona dinero; suscriptor, abonado
subscription /səbˈskripʃən/ noun
the act of subscribing. suscripción
a sum of money that is subscribed eg for receiving a magazine, for a membership of a club etc abono, cuota (de suscripción) a magazine subscription.
(Definition of subscribe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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