English - Vietnamese Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- (to subscribe something to something) ký (tên) vào bên dưới một văn kiện
- to subscribe one's name to a petition: ký tên mình vào một bản kiến nghị
- to subscribe a few remarks at the end of the essay: ghi vài nhận xét vào cuối một bài tiểu luận
- (to subscribe something to something) quyên tiền; góp tiền
- to subscribe to a charity: quyên góp tiền cho một công cuộc từ thiện
- he subscribed 100 dollars to the flood relief fund: anh ta đã góp 100 đôla vào quỹ cứu trợ nạn lụt
- nội động từ
- (to subscribe to something) (đồng ý) mua (báo, tạp chí...) đều đặn trong một thời gian); đặt mua dài hạn
- to subscribe to a newspaper: mua báo dài hạn
- the magazine is trying to get more readers to subscribe: tạp chí đang cố gắng có thêm nhiều độc giả đặt mua dài hạn
- (to subscribe to something) tán thành
- Do you subscribe to her pessimistic view of the state of the economy?: Anh có đồng ý với cái nhìn bi quan của bà ta về tình hình kinh tế hay không?
+offer to buy, as of stocks and shares
+mark with one's signature; write one's name (on)
+adopt as a belief
+pay (an amount of money) as a contribution to a charity or service, especially at regular intervals
+receive or obtain by regular payment
Advanced English Dictionary
1 Often, subscribe to. endorse, support, underwrite, advocate, back (up), approve (of), agree (with or to), accept, consent (to), assent (to), countenance, tolerate, condone, allow, permit, brook:
I sympathize with many of their arguments but I cannot subscribe to terrorism.
2 Often, subscribe to. contribute (to), support, give (to), donate (to), pledge, promise, sign (up) (for), Colloq chip in (to or for):
Mrs Donaldson has subscribed thousands to Amnesty International.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [V] ~ (to sth) to pay money, normally once a year, to receive regular copies of a newspaper, magazine, etc: Which journals does the library subscribe to?
2 [V] ~ (to sth) to pay money regularly to be a member of an organization or to support a charity: He subscribes regularly to Amnesty International.
3 [V] ~ (for sth) (finance) to apply to buy shares in a company
See also - OVERSUBSCRIBED
4 [VN] [usually passive] to apply to take part in an activity, use a service, etc: The tour of Edinburgh is fully subscribed.
Phrasal Verbs: subscribe to sth (formal) to agree with or support an opinion, a theory, etc: The authorities no longer subscribe to the view that disabled people are unsuitable as teachers.
I subscribe wholeheartedly to this theory.
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