subscription

subscription
Synonyms and related words:
John Hancock, OK, X, acceptance, accommodation, accordance, affirmance, affirmation, alms, alms fee, approbation, approval, authentication, authorization, autograph, award, awarding, bestowal, bestowment, certification, charity, christcross, cipher, collection, commitment, communication, concession, conferment, conferral, confirmation, contribution, cost, countermark, countersign, countersignature, counterstamp, cross, deliverance, delivery, device, dole, donation, donative, dues, endorsement, endowment, fee, furnishment, gifting, giving, go-ahead, grant, granting, green light, hand, handout, impartation, impartment, imprimatur, initials, investiture, investment, liberality, mark, mark of signature, monogram, nod, notarization, obligation, offer, offering, offertory, okay, payment, permission, pittance, pledge, presentation, presentment, price, promise, provision, ratification, remittance, rubber stamp, sanction, seal, sigil, sign manual, signature, signet, stamp, stamp of approval, supplying, surrender, the nod, tithe, validation, visa, vise, votive offering, vouchsafement, warrant

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

См. также в других словарях:

  • subscription — sub·scrip·tion /səb skrip shən/ n 1: the act of signing one s name (as in attesting or witnessing a document) 2: something that is subscribed; specif: a sum subscribed or pledged a charitable subscription 3: an agreement to purchase securities… …   Law dictionary

  • Subscription — Sub*scrip tion, n. [L. subscriptio: cf. F. souscription.] 1. The act of subscribing. [1913 Webster] 2. That which is subscribed. Specifically: (a) A paper to which a signature is attached. (b) The signature attached to a paper. (c) Consent or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • subscription — (n.) c.1400, piece of writing at the end of a document, from M.Fr. subscription, from L. subscriptionem (nom. subscriptio) anything written underneath, a signature, noun of action from pp. stem of subscribere (see SUBSCRIBE (Cf. subscribe) for… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Subscription — Subscription, Namensunterschrift, durch welche sich einer (der Subscribent, Subscribirende) zur Theilnahme an einem Unternehmen verpflichtet …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • subscription TV — ➡ subscription television * * * …   Universalium

  • subscription — ► NOUN 1) the action or fact of subscribing. 2) a payment to subscribe to something. 3) formal a signature or short piece of writing at the end of a document …   English terms dictionary

  • subscription — [səb skrip′shən] n. [ME subscripcion < L subscriptio] 1. the act of subscribing 2. something subscribed; specif., a) a written signature b) a signed document, etc. c) consent or sanction, esp. in writing d) …   English World dictionary

  • subscription — Agreement to buy new issue of securities. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary Acquisition of shares or units in a fund by an investor. NYSE Euronext Glossary * * * subscription sub‧scrip‧tion [səbˈskrɪpʆn] noun 1. [countable] an amount of money you… …   Financial and business terms

  • subscription — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ annual, monthly, yearly, etc. ▪ one month, one year, etc. ▪ a one year subscription to this service …   Collocations dictionary

  • subscription — n. arrangement for receiving a periodical 1) to enter a subscription to 2) to renew a subscription 3) to cancel a subscription 4) a subscription to (a subscription to a magazine) amount of money pledged 5) a public subscription * * * [səb… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • subscription — sub|scrip|tion [səbˈskrıpʃən] n 1.) [U and C] an amount of money you pay, usually once a year, to receive copies of a newspaper or magazine, or receive a service, or the act of paying money for this subscription to ▪ Are you interested in taking… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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