subscription

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin subscriptio.

Noun[edit]

subscription (countable and uncountable, plural subscriptions)

  1. Access to a resource for a period of time, generally for payment.
    I have a monthly subscription to the Daily Telegraph newspaper.
    My library subscription is about to expire.
    • 1967, “When the Music’s Over”, in Strange Days, performed by The Doors:
      Cancel my subscription to the Resurrection / Send my credentials to the House of Detention / I got some friends inside
  2. The formal acceptance of something, especially when verified with a signature.
  3. The signing of one's name.

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