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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubscribesub‧scribe /səbˈskraɪb/ ●○○ verb  1 [intransitive]TCN to pay money, usually once a year, to have copies of a newspaper or magazine sent to you, or to have some other servicesubscribe to You can subscribe to the magazine for as little as $32 a year.2 [intransitive] British EnglishGIVE to pay money regularly to be a member of an organization or to help its worksubscribe to She subscribes to an environmental action group.3 BFS[intransitive] to agree to buy or pay for sharessubscribe for Each employee may subscribe for up to £2,000 worth of shares. subscribe to something→ See Verb table
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subscribeHe says the issue - one of the last under the Business Expansion Scheme - was fully subscribed.To which principle of taxation do you subscribe?So if you subscribe to magazines or are on the mailing lists of other catalogs, your name will get circulated.Not all Essenes subscribed to, or practised, precisely the same things.Most of those companies also subscribe to the services.Adults, adult women in particular, are subscribing to this expansionism for themselves without question.Please subscribe your name to the document.subscribe toWhat newspaper do you subscribe to?About 60 percent of U.S. households already subscribe to cable TV.She has always subscribed to the view that children should be given responsibility from an early age.For several years now, we've subscribed to the Zoo Fund.There is a business philosophy I subscribe to, which says that if you are not making mistakes, you are not doing it right.