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  1. sub·scrip·tion
    IPA[səbˈskripSH(ə)n]
  2. noun

    • 1. the action of making or agreeing to make an advance payment in order to receive or participate in something:

      the newsletter is available only on subscription take out a one-year subscription
    • 2. an arrangement by which access is granted to an online service.

    • 3. an advance payment made to receive or participate in something:

      membership is available at an annual subscription of £300
    • 4. the contribution of money to a fund, project, or cause:

      the school was built by public subscription in 1878
    • 5. a system in which the production of a book is wholly or partly financed by advance orders.

    • 6. a signature or short piece of writing at the end of a document:

      he signed the letter and added a subscription
      Synonym : signature, initials, addition, appendage
    • 7. a signed declaration or agreement.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: subscription, plural noun: subscriptions

    • noun

      an arrangement to receive something, typically a publication, regularly by paying in advance:

      an arrangement by which access is granted to an online service.

    • noun

      one of a series of concerts for which tickets are sold mainly in advance.
    • noun

      each of a series of concerts for which tickets are sold mainly in advance.
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