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)(to magazine/newspaper) suscribirseto subscribe to sth — suscribirse a algo
- Once someone subscribes, send him or her a welcome message immediately.
- Everyone I showed your magazine to wants to subscribe.
- 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.
- 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.
- The American Journal of Public Health was the publication to which the most libraries subscribed.
- This is a great publication and I highly recommend subscribing.
- The reason that I continue to subscribe is that your publication is very in-depth and truly interesting.
- 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.
- Ask your librarian to subscribe, or contact us and we'll send the full review.
- We'll start sending out email alerts in a few weeks so subscribe if you'd like a little nudge from us every day or so.
- Once someone has subscribed or re-subscribed to an ACP magazine, they are sent this $10 voucher.
- I'd encourage you to subscribe and help support the publication; it's one of the few not owned by some media giant, and it has had some financial trouble lately.
- 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.
- He'd get members of the family to subscribe and they'd send him £1 for the next two copies.
- If you really want to read the article, and don't have a subscription, you might be able to find a public library in a big city that subscribes.
- Dr Reeder believes health care personnel should subscribe because these are the publications for perioperative nurses.
- Send in the subscriber card or go to www.dancemagazine.com to subscribe now.
- Anyone who subscribes now will receive 2003's two issues for the price of one.
- ‘People that subscribe to sites like these create a market and while people continue to subscribe, these sites will continue to flourish,’ he said.
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.
- There are already investors, mainly Greek companies, willing to subscribe for shares of the new issue.
- Members must apply by Tuesday if they wish to subscribe for additional shares.
- First, they will have to subscribe for further shares to raise money.
- 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 soy de la opinión de que …
- Well, we know that it's a crew of five that subscribes to the proposition that all that glitters is not sold.
- The 40 women in her study subscribed to the idea that housework was women's work.
- 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.
- Or maybe he subscribes to the postmodern idea that truth is a social construct.
- Although he subscribes to many of the economic ideas of the New Right, it is clear that he is uncomfortable with rampant self-interest.
- Some of us have other reasons for subscribing to the cosmetic myth.
- 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.
- Other inhabitants are Scheduled Caste Hindus subscribing to a faith which is a happy blend of Islam and tribal Hinduism.
- Technorati subscribes to the idea that markets are conversations.
- The popular press subscribes to the notion that a revolution in educational technology is well underway.
- I don't like subscribing to what it represents.
- 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.
- McGrath also subscribes to the idea that good International Rules players ideally consists of the same qualities as a good Gaelic footballer.
- Yet he is also right to say that the support for moral values is wider than subscribing to conservatism.
- Here he shows that subscribing to Rock'n'Roll values commands respect, as it can teach honesty by example.
- Not all Wiccans necessarily subscribe to all these ideas, and this is certainly not all there is to Wicca.
- 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?
- Not everyone subscribes to the idea that an eschatological dimension belongs intrinsically to Christianity.
- 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.
- The local community agreed to subscribe 10 euro per month for three years for the project.
- To the extent that a bank defaults the remaining banks therefore undertake to subscribe or purchase themselves in proportion to their commitments.
- 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.
- 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.
- Well, in that scenario, the guy is being a cheapskate by not subscribing and shelling out the cash to be able to make an e-mail response.
- They want more money to let consumers put subscription songs on a portable device - they believe, rightly or not, that customers who subscribe will spend less money buying music.
- Municipal Committees, Indians abroad and Gurudwara Committees subscribed liberally to the INA funds.
- At a recent meeting of the club, a number of members pledged to subscribe €100 each to invest in this project.
- A large quantity of goods-turf, timber, hay, straw, produce etc was donated and thanks is extended to all who subscribed.
- But he gave in friendship and, in turn, inspired immense affection among his friends, who subscribed over half a million pounds in today's money to build a room in his memory at Churchill College Cambridge.
- When Muslims find that government is providing financial assistance to these madrasahs, they will stop contributing or subscribing.
- They are also running their annual Radiothon at the moment, which is the key fundraising event for the station, so if you want to donate or even subscribe, now is the time to do it (cos you can win prizes and stuff).
- Anybody who has not subscribed and still wishes to do so can hand their contributions to any committee member.
- In addition interest paid on any funds borrowed and used to subscribe under this Prospectus may also be deductible.
- It is no accident that the final chapter takes us from Belgrade to Bosnia, the main victim of the Greater Serb project, to which many of Seierstad's subjects subscribed.
2formal(sign)suscribir formalto subscribe one's name to sth — suscribir algo formal
- I subscribed my signature to the document/petition — firmé el documento/la petición
- 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.
- And I subscribed the evidence, and sealed it, and took witnesses, and weighed him the money in the balances.
- 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.
- In sure confidence that God will defend the right we hereto subscribe our names.
- 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.
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
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