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English definition of “subscribe”

subscribe

verb [I or T] uk   /səbˈskraɪb/ us  
to pay money to an organization in order to receive a product, use a service regularly, or support the organization: She subscribes to several women's magazines. I subscribe £10 a month to the charity. specialized finance & economics to offer to buy something or pay an amount for something as part of your business activities: Existing shareholders subscribed to only 49 percent of the new share issue.
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