Translation of subscribe in Spanish:

subscribe

suscribirse, v.

Pronunciation: /səbˈskrʌɪb//səbˈskraɪb/

intransitive verb

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    • 1.1(buy)

      (newspaper/to magazine) suscribirse
      to 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.
      • Once someone has subscribed or re-subscribed to an ACP magazine, they are sent this $10 voucher.
      • 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.
      • 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.
      • 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.
      • Ask your librarian to subscribe, or contact us and we'll send the full review.
      • Dr Reeder believes health care personnel should subscribe because these are the publications for perioperative nurses.
      • The reason that I continue to subscribe is that your publication is very in-depth and truly interesting.
      • Everyone I showed your magazine to wants to subscribe.
      • Send in the subscriber card or go to www.dancemagazine.com to subscribe now.
      • 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.
      • 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.
      • ‘People that subscribe to sites like these create a market and while people continue to subscribe, these sites will continue to flourish,’ he said.
      • He'd get members of the family to subscribe and they'd send him £1 for the next two copies.
      • Anyone who subscribes now will receive 2003's two issues for the price of one.
      • 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.
      • Once someone subscribes, send him or her a welcome message immediately.
      • This is a great publication and I highly recommend subscribing.
      • The American Journal of Public Health was the publication to which the most libraries subscribed.

    • 1.2Finance

      suscribir
      to 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.
      • First, they will have to subscribe for further shares to raise money.
      • There are already investors, mainly Greek companies, willing to subscribe for shares of the new issue.
      • About 89.3 per cent of existing Hutchison shareholders exercised their options to subscribe for HTIL preference shares.

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    (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 …

transitive verb

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    (contribute)
    donar
    contribuir con
    • 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 formal
    to subscribe one's name to sth suscribir algo
    • I subscribed my signature to the document/petition suscribí el documento/la petición
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    (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