Meaning of subscribe
Pronunciation: (sub-skrīb'), [key]
— v., -scribed, -scrib•ing.
- to pledge, as by signing an agreement, to give or pay (a sum of money) as a contribution, gift, or investment: He subscribed $6,000 for the new church.
- to give or pay in fulfillment of such a pledge.
- to append one's signature or mark to (a document), as in approval or attestation of its contents.
- to attest by or as by signing.
- to append, as one's signature, at the bottom of a document or the like; sign.
- to agree or assent to.
- to pledge, as by signing an agreement, to give or pay money as a contribution, gift, or investment.
- to give or pay money in fulfillment of such a pledge.
- to obtain a subscription to a magazine, newspaper, etc.
- to give one's consent; sanction: I will not subscribe to popular fallacies.
- to sign one's name to a document.
- to give approval to the contents of a document by signing one's name.
- subscribe (Thesaurus)