Contract to receive and pay for a given number of issues of a periodical, for tickets to a series of performances, or for a utility service. For example, We subscribe to the local paper, or Betty and I have been subscribing to this concert series for years, or We have no choice; we have to subscribe to the local power company.
Feel or express approval of, as in I subscribe to your opinion but I don’t think Donald does. [ Mid-1500s ]
Promise to pay or contribute money to, as in We subscribe to many charities. [ Mid-1600s ]
verb (used with object), subscribed, subscribing. 1. to pledge, as by signing an agreement, to give or pay (a sum of money) as a contribution, gift, or investment: He subscribed $6,000 for the new church. 2. to give or pay in fulfillment of such a pledge. 3. to append one’s signature or mark to (a […]
adjective 1. written below (distinguished from adscript, superscript). 2. inferior (def 9). noun 3. inferior (def 11). 4. Also called subfix. any character, number, or symbol written next to and slightly below another. adjective 1. (printing) (of a character) written or printed below the line Compare superscript noun 2. Also called subindex. a subscript character
[suh b-skrip-shuh n] /səbˈskrɪp ʃən/ noun 1. a sum of money given or pledged as a contribution, payment, investment, etc. 2. the right to receive a periodical for a sum paid, usually for an agreed number of issues. 3. an arrangement for presenting a series of concerts, plays, etc., that one may attend by the […]
noun 1. an edition of one or more volumes for which a number of prospective purchasers place orders, usually in advance of publication. 2. a specially designed edition offered to subscribers, usually on an installment or deferred payment plan, or on an installment or deferred delivery plan, or both.