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subscriber
American English: /səbˈskraɪbər/
British English: /səbˈskrʌɪbə/

Translation of subscriber in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 1.1 (to paper, magazine)
    suscriptor, (-tora) (masculine, feminine)
    (to cable TV, concert season)
    abonado, (-da) (masculine, feminine)
    (to telephone service) (British English)
    abonado, (-da) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • I found myself speaking, recently, to a Muslim subscriber to The Ecologist.
    • I do hope the Times is a good deal more diligent with the credit card data they collect from subscribers.
    • I have been a subscriber to BusinessWeek for 10 years.
    1.2 (to charity, fund) (British English) she's been a generous subscriber to many charities
    ha contribuido regular y generosamente a muchas organizaciones benéficas
    1.3 (for securities)
    suscriptor, (-tora) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The news is even better for Xbox Live subscribers.
    • Depending on the system, self-installation is running at about 65 % to 95 % of new subscribers.
    • Company officials had hoped to expand their services, offering end-to-end solutions to help cable companies implement new broadband subscriber services.
  • 2 (to theory, idea) See examples:subscriber (to something)
    partidario, (-ria) (masculine, feminine) (de algo)

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