- 1 [intransitive] subscribe (to something) to pay an amount of money regularly in order to receive or use something Which journals does the library subscribe to? We subscribe to several sports channels (= on TV). He subscribed to a newsgroup (= on the Internet). see also unsubscribe
- 2[intransitive] subscribe (to something) to pay money regularly to be a member of an organization or to support a charity He subscribes regularly to Amnesty International.
- 3 [intransitive] subscribe (for something) (finance) to apply to buy shares in a company see also oversubscribed Phrasal Verbssubscribe to something
NAmE//səbˈskraɪb//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they subscribe
he / she / it subscribes
past simple subscribed
-ing form subscribing