Abonado in english


pronunciation: səbskraɪbɜr part of speech: noun
In gestures

abonado = subscriber ; season ticket holder ; ticket book holder. 

Example: Access is available from any suitable terminal to BLAISE subscribers.Example: They know season ticket holders are willing to fork out the extra cash, because you never want to miss out on the excitement of a playoff run.Example: Ticket book holders now receive discounted fares to alternate destinations.

abonar1 = pay out ; pay ; pay up. 

Example: Within six months after receipt of the Prize, the winner must submit to IFLA HQ an interim report of the use made of the funds, and the second instalment will be paid out.Example: I am also committed, however -- and this is what our taxpayers are paying us for -- to serving our library users, the people who are paying our salaries.Example: Dennis played her along until she decided to back out at which time he threatened to imprison her unless she paid up $2 million.

abonar2 = fertilise [fertilize, -USA]. 

Example: Another reason for fertilising is that, in time, established plants use up all the goodness in the surrounding soil.

Abonado synonyms

reader in spanish: lector, pronunciation: ridɜr part of speech: noun contributor in spanish: contribuyente, pronunciation: kəntrɪbjətɜr part of speech: noun endorser in spanish: probador, pronunciation: ɪndɔrsɜr part of speech: noun ratifier in spanish: ratificador, pronunciation: rætəfaɪɜr part of speech: noun
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