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English - Turkish

Herhangi bir dergi için abonelik aldın mı? - Have you taken out a subscription to any magazine?

{i} onaylama
{i} abone ücreti
(Ticaret) bağış
bağış miktarı
abonelik ücreti
abonman ücreti
(Ticaret) sermayeye iştirak
(Tıp) subskripsiyon
üye aidatı

Aboneliğimi yenilemedim. - I haven't renewed my subscription.

Herhangi bir dergi için abonelik aldın mı? - Have you taken out a subscription to any magazine?

abone vergini
{i} imzalama
{i} bağışta bulunma
{i} abonman, abonman ücreti
{i} katkı
take up a subscription yardım parası toplamak
{i} katılım
(Tıp) Reçetenin eczacıya hitap eden kısmı olup, maddelerin ne şekilde karıştırılıp hazırlanacağını tarif eder
iştirak taahhüdü
{i} katılım taahhüdü
{i} aidat
{i} abonman, abone olma
abone bedeli
(Ticaret) teberru
abone olma
subscription fee
abonelik bedeli
subscription right
(Kanun,Ticaret) rüçhan hakkı
subscription list
abone listesi
subscription price
abone vergini
subscription number
Abone numarası, abonman numarası
subscription share
(Borsa) Hisse Senedi Kupürü
subscription agreement
(Bilgisayar) abonelik sözleşmesi
subscription agreement
(Ticaret) abonman sözleşmesi
subscription books
(Ticaret) taahhüt defteri
subscription contract
(Ticaret) abonman sözleşmesi
subscription fee
abone ücreti
subscription id
(Bilgisayar) abonelik kimliği
subscription insurance policy
(İstatistik,Sigorta) abonman sigorta poliçesi
subscription methods
(Bilgisayar) üye olma yöntemleri
subscription of share capital
(Ticaret) şirketin kurulması
subscription plans
(Bilgisayar) abonelik planları
subscription price
(Ticaret) menkul değerin ihraç fiyatı
subscription price
abone ücreti
subscription process
abonelik işlemi
subscription receivable
(Ticaret) taahhütten alacaklar
cancel a subscription
aboneyi kesmek
(Bilgisayar) alta konulan işaret
(Bilgisayar) alttaki
(Bilgisayar) indis
(Bilgisayar) alt indis
(Matematik) alttakı
(Bilgisayar) altindis
(Bilgisayar) abonelikler
alta yazılan yazı
paid subscription
Ücretli abonelik
magazine subscription
dergi aboneliği
renew one's subscription
aboneyi yenilemek
renew subscription
abonelik yenilemek
alt simge
satırın altına yazılmış harf veya rakam
take out a subscription to
abone kaydolmak
take out a subscription to
abone olmak
English - English
the formal acceptance of something, especially when verified with a signature
access to a resource for a period of time

My library subscription is about to expire.

the signing of one's name
{n} an underwriting, attestation, consent, joint contribution, help
Payment for music delivered online Subscription services allow members to download and/or stream tracks and entire CDs for a monthly fee Terms of service-such as how many streams and downloads are included per month, and whether the downloaded files may be burned and transferred to portable players-vary among services
An agreement of intent to buy new issues
That part of a prescription which contains the direction to the apothecary
A passenger or group of passengers request a ride for the same time each day or week
A subscription is the list of parameters and services subscribed bytity
The act of writing one's name under a written instrument; the affixing one's signature to a document, whether for the purpose of authenticating or attesting it, of adopting it's terms as one's own expressions, or of binding one's self by an engagement which it contains
Consent or attestation by underwriting the name
A subscription is an amount of money that you pay regularly in order to belong to an organization, to help a charity or campaign, or to receive copies of a magazine or newspaper. You can become a member by paying the yearly subscription
Macromedia Software Subscription coverage provides the assurance that a school is always using the latest version of Macromedia software Updates are automatically sent upon release, ensuring that the latest and greatest technology from Macromedia is being used Subscriptions also allow schools to more easily budget and to avoid costly software upgrade purchases This program has proven an extremely beneficial offering The Subscription period for education customers is two years
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the act of signing your name; writing your signature (as on a document); "the deed was attested by the subscription of his signature" a pledged contribution agreement expressed by (or as if expressed by) signing your name a payment for consecutive issues of a newspaper or magazine for a given period of time
a payment for consecutive issues of a newspaper or magazine for a given period of time
agreement expressed by (or as if expressed by) signing your name
In a digital library, a payment made by a person or an organization for access to specific collections and services, usually for a fixed period, e g , one year
An order the library places to receive all parts of a serial as they are published Subscriptions must be paid in advance before the supplier will ship the material SEE ALSO Standing order
an agreement to be given access to an online system
A paper to which a signature is attached
A system representing a contract between a television broadcaster (willing seller) and viewer (willing buyer) for reception of a service at a fee agreed upon
formal assent to the Thirty-nine Articles and the Book of Common Prayer, required before ordination
Agreement of intent to purchase newly issued securities
Submission; obedience
A purchase made by order, as for a periodical for a specified period of time or for a series of performances When you subscribe to ACCPAC Hosting Services for eTransact or other applications, you may subscribe on a month-to-month or fixed-length term depending on the signup process for that application Month-to-month subscriptions are always paid each month and fixed-term subscriptions are usually paid in advance of the term, but may also be paid monthly (See Payment Options)
A request for notification when changes are made to a document, the contents of a folder, a category, or a search results list
The act of subscribing
the purchase of a series of things (such as performances or publications)
the signing of ones name
{i} payment given for regularly scheduled performances or publications (i.e. magazine, concert series, etc.); endorsement, signing of one's name
a pledged contribution agreement expressed by (or as if expressed by) signing your name a payment for consecutive issues of a newspaper or magazine for a given period of time
the process whereby a title is sold to booksellers in advance of publication and orders taken which are held as dues until shortly before the publication date
(See subscription model ) (See 425)
The right granted by a publisher to receive a periodical for a fixed period of time, or for a fixed number of issues, in exchange for payment of a fixed sum in advance Subscriptions may be delivered by mail or online and are usually renewed annually
A subscription is the payment of money in exchange for tickets to a series of concerts The Kimmel Center offers five different series as subscriptions: Great Orchestras on Tour, Great Artists, Recitals & Ensembles, Jazz, and Dance Each series consists of four concerts
= when used with reference to a TV Station it is usally a payment to the service provider - when used in reference to a Newsgroup the subscription can be free and just means that you get news for that service
The signature attached to a paper
the collection of money from subscribers; the money so collected
the act of signing your name; writing your signature (as on a document); "the deed was attested by the subscription of his signature"
The agreement executed by a subscriber
Sum subscribed; amount of sums subscribed; as, an individual subscription to a fund
SpudIT uses the term Subscription to define a service that is provided for a period of time Access to our web sites are subscription-based and a fee charged for permitting subscribers to access the web sites for a defined period of time Access is granted after a subscription fee has been paid to SpudIT
A subscription is an agreement between a customer and WebNewsOnLine to deliver pages when events occur in specific sports subject areas (such as NCAA Basketball)
The method by which a managed server requests that it receive configuration information associated with a particular profile on a configuration manager See managed server, configuration manager, and profile
Contract commitment providing an organization with the right to utilize a vendor recovery facility for recovery of their mainframe processing capability
That which is subscribed
A type of Licensing Agreement by which a Licensee pays for access to digital information by payment of a periodic fee
The acceptance of articles, or other tests tending to promote uniformity; esp
Subscription television is television that you can watch only if you pay a subscription. A subscription channel is a channel that you can watch only if you pay a subscription
a pledged contribution
subscription capital
capital received from an offer to sell stock to the general public (Economics)
subscription right
the right of a shareholder in a company to subscribe to shares of a new issue of common stock before it is offered to the public
subscription warrant
a warrant that expires on a stipulated date
A type of lettering form written lower than the things around it

In chemical formulas the number of atoms in a molecule is written as a subscript, so we write H2O for water which has two atoms of hydrogen for each one of oxygen.

A numerical index into an array
Some internet providers assign more customers a given amount of bandwidth than the network can consistently handle, producing consistent performance problems for users When evaluating a carrier, Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are helpful in determining if the provider may be over-subscribing their network
This occurs where the applications for a new issue of shares exceed the number of shares available for issue This often happens because the shares are offered to the public at a price below their inherent value and people obtaining the shares can make an immediate “stagging” profit when the shares are listed
Shares are said to be oversubscribed when more applications are received than there are shares for offer In this event, applications are usually scaled down pro rata (See allotment letter and ballot)
renew subscription
subscribe again
An index into an array which is used to specify an individual array component
Generally inferior to SUPERSCRIPT
(n ) one of the lsit of scalar integer expressions in an array element selector In Fortran 77 the whole list is referred to as the subscript
A smaller than the normal characters, often printed near the base line, e g , 2 in H20
A subscript is a notation that we attach to the lower right of a constant, variable or function name to create a new, but similarly named constant, variable or function For example, in x1, loge, and reffective, the number 1, the constant e, and the word "effective" all serve as subscripts to the variable name, x, the function name, log, and the constant name, r
a character or symbol printed partly below the base line of the text
Anything written below
Small characters set below normal letters or figures
See: Inferior Character to top
{i} distinguishing symbol written below a letter or number
An integer value, enclosed in parentheses and used with an array name, that specifies the position of an array element See also array, array name, array element
An occurrence number represented by either an integer, a data- name optionally followed by an integer with the operator + or -, or an index-name optionally followed by an integer with the operator + or -, that identifies a particular element in a table A subscript can be the word ALL when the subscripted identifier is used as a function argument
(1) A symbol associated with the name of a set to identify a particular subset or element (I) (A) (2) A subscript expression or set of subscript expressions, enclosed in parentheses and used with an array name to identify a particular array element
{s} written below (of a distinguishing character)
Something written lower than the things around it
See Suffix, n
a character or symbol set or printed or written beneath or slightly below and to the side of another character
Written below or underneath; as, iota subscript
A scalar integer expression (enclosed in parentheses and appended to the array name) indicating the position of an array element The number of subscripts is the rank of the array See also array element
Text written below the baseline, as in the numerals in H2SO4
written or printed below and to one side of another character
A subscript quantity or set of subscript quantities enclosed in parentheses and used with an array name to identify a particular array element
Text that appears slightly lower than other text in a line, as in H2O
Moves a single element below the adjacent text by a specified number of points The default is usually 2 points H2O
A variable or constant that refers to a specific element in an array by its position within the array
the small characters set below the normal letters or figures
One or more expressions, each enclosed in brackets, that follow an array name A subscript refers to an element in an array
Subscripted type is printed one-half line lower than regular print
A character printed smaller than standard text and positioned slightly below the baseline; commonly used in mathematical and chemical notation
), said of marks, figures, or letters (suffixes), written below and usually to the right of other letters to distinguish them; as, a, n, 2, in the symbols Xa, An, Y2
a character or symbol set or printed or written beneath or slightly below and to the side of another character written or printed below and to one side of another character
) Specifically (Math
See under Iota
2, and Subindex
plural of subscription
While a few sites rely on subscriptions for their primary revenue stream (see the Wall Street Journal and, um, Slate), most content providers use subscriptions as a supplementary revenue stream (i e , a way to eke out a little more money) Usually, these "all the extras" subscriptions offer users such exciting baubles as a free email or special discounts from advertisers (Oooh! Aaah!)
Amounts you pay regularly to belong to a trade union or association, professional body or club
The cost of magazines and periodicals Sales tax does not apply to the subscription of a periodical, including a newspaper, which appears at least four but not more than 60 times each year The periodical must be sold by subscription and delivered by common carrier A copy of the invoice, renewal or order form is required for mailing with most subscription payments Without an enclosure, the vendor cannot receive the information necessary for proper delivery of materials
The subscriptions to Paul's epistles are no part of the original In their present form they are ascribed to Euthalius, a bishop of the fifth century Some of them are obviously incorrect



    Turkish pronunciation



    /səbˈskrəpsʜən/ /səbˈskrɪpʃən/


    [ s&b-'skrip-sh&n ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English subscripcioun signature, from Latin subscription-, subscriptio, from subscribere.


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