In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(buy)(newspaper/to magazine) suscribirseto subscribe to sth — suscribirse a algo
- If you do not regularly receive The Lutheran, I encourage you to subscribe.
- 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.
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- Even before he could read, Cornforth's ‘eye’ was being formed by the illustrations in bound volumes of Country Life, to which his grandfather had subscribed.
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- The American Journal of Public Health was the publication to which the most libraries subscribed.
1.2Financesuscribirto subscribe for shares in a company — suscribir acciones en una empresa
- 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.
- Members must apply by Tuesday if they wish to subscribe for additional shares.
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- About 89.3 per cent of existing Hutchison shareholders exercised their options to subscribe for HTIL preference shares.
2(support, agree with)to subscribe to sth — suscribirse a algo
- to subscribe to a principle — suscribir un principio
- I subscribe to the view that … — yo estoy de acuerdo con los que dicen que …
- The 40 women in her study subscribed to the idea that housework was women's work.
- Other inhabitants are Scheduled Caste Hindus subscribing to a faith which is a happy blend of Islam and tribal Hinduism.
- McGrath also subscribes to the idea that good International Rules players ideally consists of the same qualities as a good Gaelic footballer.
- Not all Wiccans necessarily subscribe to all these ideas, and this is certainly not all there is to Wicca.
- I don't like subscribing to what it represents.
- The popular press subscribes to the notion that a revolution in educational technology is well underway.
- Or maybe he subscribes to the postmodern idea that truth is a social construct.
- 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.
- Yet he is also right to say that the support for moral values is wider than subscribing to conservatism.
- Now I am of the school that, on the whole, subscribes to the idea that there is a right way and a wrong way to do something.
- Here he shows that subscribing to Rock'n'Roll values commands respect, as it can teach honesty by example.
- In a world where anything and everything is a commodity, one has to maintain one's ground to resist subscribing to the demands of total loyalty.
- My mother and father both subscribed to the idea that children, no matter how young they were, should not be spared from the reality of the situation.
- Technorati subscribes to the idea that markets are conversations.
- Some of us have other reasons for subscribing to the cosmetic myth.
- I mentioned earlier that the city subscribes to the idea of sustainable development.
- Do we or ought we subscribe to the idea that if it can be done it should be done?
- Well, we know that it's a crew of five that subscribes to the proposition that all that glitters is not sold.
- Not everyone subscribes to the idea that an eschatological dimension belongs intrinsically to Christianity.
- Although he subscribes to many of the economic ideas of the New Right, it is clear that he is uncomfortable with rampant self-interest.
2formal(sign)suscribir formalto subscribe one's name to sth — suscribir algo
- I subscribed my signature to the document/petition — suscribí el documento/la petición
3(reserve, apply for)the share offer was heavily subscribed — hubo muchas solicitudes de compra de acciones
- most courses are already fully subscribed — la mayoría de los cursos están ya completos
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.