1.1(to paper, magazine) suscriptor masculine(to paper, magazine) suscriptora feminine(to cable TV, concert season) abonado masculine(to cable TV, concert season) abonada feminine(to telephone service) abonado masculine British(to telephone service) abonada feminine British
- I found myself speaking, recently, to a Muslim subscriber to The Ecologist.
- It has 700 corporate members and 3,000 individual members, some of whom are subscribers to its various publications.
- Subscribers will pay a monthly fee for uninterrupted, commercial-free digital programming based on individual channels dedicated to specific types of music (or talk).
- The VHI pays consultants if a subscriber opts to be treated privately, irrespective of whether the patient is in a public or private bed.
- The complete list of topics is available for subscribers at www.InfoPOEMs.com.
- Depending on the system, self-installation is running at about 65 % to 95 % of new subscribers.
- I am a subscriber to O - which is short for Oprah - which is short for The Oprah Magazine - which is not short for anything else.
- The subscriber at this stage also had to supply the company with a password.
- The news is even better for Xbox Live subscribers.
- I'm a subscriber to a fab website called EU Business.
- Subscribers will be excited to hear that things 17-18 was dispatched to the printers yesterday, after about four months of delays.
- AOL added 1.3 million users worldwide, bringing its total subscribers to 30.1 million.
- As a subscriber, we hope you were pleased to see that Parsons was featured as the cover subject of our February 2002 issue.
- Hutt says there are 850,000 cable subscribers in Oregon, and perhaps a few thousand of those subscribers own high-definition TV sets.
- MonsterMob claims to have 140,000 subscribers to its various services.
- The report said mobile phone networks worldwide were likely to have 1.6 billion subscribers by the end of this year.
- Company officials had hoped to expand their services, offering end-to-end solutions to help cable companies implement new broadband subscriber services.
- She worked to improve the finances of the magazine with new fundraising projects, found ways to reduce expenses, and garnered grants to assist in building the magazine's subscriber base.
- DirecTV is taking a different tack by aiming at its own roughly 10 million subscribers.
- Install the software, connect a handset to your computer and talk to other Skype subscribers free.
- I was trying to point out that the vast majority of Americans are not subscribers to, or even aware of, those conservative magazines.
- Subscriber software would in effect be the only entity required to allow the network to operate.
- Linking businesses to the big consumer networks, with their millions of worldwide subscribers, was the first step.
- The upcoming database - code-named Yukon - is now available to some 500,000 MSDN subscribers here.
- A 20 % increase in China's subscribers would be 46 million phones.
- Penetration of digital has hit 20 % in a year, with incremental revenue per subscriber at $22 per year and growing, he said.
- Subscribers will access all data without any downstream royalties or licensing fees tied to discovery.
- I do hope the Times is a good deal more diligent with the credit card data they collect from subscribers.
- Son is hoping to turbocharge revenues by getting his broadband subscribers hooked on services such as games that bring in extra cash.
- The United States should have 30 % broadband penetration, to about 13M subscribers.
- I have been a subscriber to BusinessWeek for 10 years.
1.2British (to charity, fund)she's been a generous subscriber to many charities — ha contribuido regular y generosamente a muchas organizaciones benéficas
1.3(for securities)suscriptor masculinesuscriptora feminine
2(to theory, idea)partidario masculinepartidaria femininesubscriber to sth — partidario de algo