subscribed, past tense; subscribes, 3rd person singular present; subscribed, past participle; subscribing, present participle;
Arrange to receive something regularly, typically a publication, by paying in advance
subscribe to the magazine for twelve months and receive a free T-shirt
Arrange for access to an online service
I subscribe to an Internet newsgroup
Contribute or undertake to contribute a certain sum of money to a particular fund, project, or charitable cause, typically on a regular basis
he is one of the millions who subscribe to the NSPCC
he subscribed £400 to the campaign
Express or feel agreement with (an idea or proposal)
we prefer to subscribe to an alternative explanation
Apply to participate in
the course has been fully subscribed
Apply for or undertake to pay for an offering of shares of stock
investors would subscribe electronically to the initial stock offerings
yesterday's offering was fully subscribed
(of a bookseller) Agree before publication to take (a certain number of copies of a book)
most of the first print run of 15,000 copies has been subscribed
Sign (a will, contract, or other document)
he subscribed the will as a witness
Sign (one's name) on such a document
Sign oneself as
he ventured still to subscribe himself her most obedient servant
offer to buy, as of stocks and shares; "The broker subscribed 500 shares"
sign: mark with one's signature; write one's name (on); "She signed the letter and sent it off"; "Please sign here"
adopt as a belief; "I subscribe to your view on abortion"
pledge: pay (an amount of money) as a contribution to a charity or service, especially at regular intervals; "I pledged $10 a month to my favorite radio station"
receive or obtain regularly; "We take the Times every day"
(subscribed) (of a contract or will or other document) having a signature written at the end; "the subscribed will"
The subscription business model is a business model where a customer must pay a subscription price to have access to the product/service. The model was pioneered by magazines and newspapers, but is now used by many businesses and websites.
(Subscription (finance)) Subscription refers to the process of investors signing up and committing to invest in a financial instrument, before the actual closing of the purchase.
(Subscription (television)) Pay television, premium television, or premium channels refers to subscription-based television services, usually provided by both analog and digital cable and satellite, but also increasingly by digital terrestrial methods. ...
To sign up to have copies of a publication, such as a newspaper or a magazine, delivered for a period of time; To pay for the provision of a service, such as Internet access or a cell phone plan; To believe or agree with a theory or an idea; To pay money to be a member of an organization; To ...
(subscription) access to a resource for a period of time; the formal acceptance of something, especially when verified with a signature; the signing of one's name
(Subscribing) is the process of adding an RSS feed to your aggregator or newsreader. It’s the online equivalent of signing up for a magazine, but usually free.
(Subscribing) Subscription takes bookmarking in its various forms and simplistic reading one level further. The act of subscription by itself does not show or develop understanding but often the process of reading and revisiting the subscribed-to feeds leads to greater understanding.
(Subscribing) At the moment we are offering just one simple service - you can subscribe to receive a text message with our latest news - and we'll send them out about once a week (unless something exciting happens!). You can subscribe to this by texting 'breakout info start' to 60300. ...
(Subscription) A contract between a subscriber and the network. The person(s) to whom services are provided. May also be referred to as the handset.
(Subscription) fee paid by owner to nominate horse for a stakes race or to maintain eligibility for a stakes race.
(Subscription) Contract commitment providing an organization with the right to utilize a vendor recovery facility for recovery of their mainframe processing capability.
(Subscription) Undertaking to buy a particular number of securities in the context of a new issue. In most cases full allotment is not possible, owing to oversubscription.
(subscription) the process whereby a title is sold to booksellers in advance of publication and orders taken which are held as dues until shortly before the publication date.
(3. Subscription) As a Subscriber or as a Contact you agree to: (a) provide true, accurate, current and complete Account information; and (b) maintain and promptly update all Account information to keep it true, accurate, current and complete. ...
("Subscription") means a recurring payment made in order to receive Services from “NATIONAL HERALD”;
(SUBSCRIPTION) The act of writing one's name under a written instrument; the affixing one's signature to a document, whether for the purpose of authenticating or attesting it, of adopting it's terms as one's own expressions, or of binding one's self by an engagement which it contains.
(Subscription) A Customer agreement to accept a Tariff from some Broker.
(Subscription) A contract to receive a magazine, journal, or periodical on established regular intervals and a stated length of time.
(Subscription) A data recipient requests that it receive a 'notification' when a specific event occurs that meets the recipient's criteria (selective on sources, categories, etc.). ...