Translation of subscribe in Spanish:

subscribe

Pronunciation: /səbˈskraɪb/

vi

  • 1 1.1 (buy) to subscribe (to sth) [to magazine/newspaper] suscribirse* (a algo)
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    • I became curious about More after I received an invitation to subscribe, but it took five trips to drug, grocery and book stores before I located a copy.
    • Dr Jones says that it is important to subscribe, as the publications are a definitive source of information on all aspects of perioperative services from individuals with knowledge and experience.
    • I added a subscription service, so that people can subscribe and receive new posts by email, instead of having to come to the site to check.
    1.2 [Finance/Finanzas] suscribir* to subscribe for shares in a company suscribir* acciones en una empresa
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    • And remaining small shareholders are being offered the opportunity to subscribe for shares in the company again, at a discount of 20 per cent to the Davy valuation.
    • About 89.3 per cent of existing Hutchison shareholders exercised their options to subscribe for HTIL preference shares.
    • There are already investors, mainly Greek companies, willing to subscribe for shares of the new issue.
  • 2 (support, agree with) to subscribe to sth suscribir* algo [formal] to subscribe to a principle suscribir* un principio [formal] I subscribe to the view that … yo soy de la opinión de que …, yo estoy de acuerdo con los que dicen que …
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    • McGrath also subscribes to the idea that good International Rules players ideally consists of the same qualities as a good Gaelic footballer.
    • Technorati subscribes to the idea that markets are conversations.
    • I'm one of those people who subscribes to the idea that sex as a commodity influences people's attitudes towards each other in a very disappointing way.
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    • But the loss of the archives rules out further enquiries, and makes it impossible to estimate how representable was the high level of literacy shown by the laymen who subscribed the private charters in Salerno.
    • If you will subscribe the oath then I will attest your signature.
    • On the other hand, the charta, subscribed by witnesses, could guarantee the legal validity of its contents and its probatory value.
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    • In witness whereof we have hereunder subscribed our names at Cape Codd, the 11th of November in the year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord King James of England, France and Ireland the eighteenth and of Scotland the fifty fourth.
    • In sure confidence that God will defend the right we hereto subscribe our names.

vt

  • 1 (contribute) donar, contribuir* con
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    • Irda has recommended a regulatory framework for setting up pension funds to enable individuals to subscribe on a defined contribution basis to obtain the benefit of pensions on their retirement.
    • When Muslims find that government is providing financial assistance to these madrasahs, they will stop contributing or subscribing.
    • They were able to convince a group of wealthy Canadians to subscribe or loan money to their company to produce the film, using the facilities of the OMPB at Trenton.
  • 2 (sign) [formal] suscribir* [formal] to subscribe one's name to sth firmar or [formal] suscribir* algo I subscribed my signature to the document/petition firmé or [formal] suscribí el documento/la petición
  • 3 (reserve, apply for) the share offer was heavily subscribed [Finance/Finanzas] hubo muchas solicitudes de compra de acciones most courses are already fully subscribed la mayoría de los cursos están ya completos

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