|Origin:||subscribere, from scribere 'to write'|
to pay money, usually once a year, to have copies of a newspaper or magazine sent to you, or to have some other service
You can subscribe to the magazine for as little as $32 a year.
2 [intransitive] British English
to pay money regularly to be a member of an organization or to help its work
She subscribes to an environmental action group.
to agree to buy or pay for shares
Each employee may subscribe for up to £2,000 worth of shares.
subscribe to somethingphrasal verb
subscribe to the view/belief/theory etc
I have never subscribed to the view that schooldays are the happiest days of your life.