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un·sub·scribe

 (ŭn′sŭb-skrīb′)
v. un·sub·scribed, un·sub·scrib·ing, un·sub·scribes
v.intr.
To cancel a subscription, especially to an online publication, service, or mailing list.
v.tr.
To cancel the subscription of (a subscriber): Please unsubscribe me from your mailing list.
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unsubscribe

(ˌʌnsəbˈskraɪb)
vb
(intr) to cancel a subscription, for example to an emailing service: you can unsubscribe at the following URL.
ˌunsubˈscriber n
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Past participle: unsubscribed
Gerund: unsubscribing

Imperative
unsubscribe
unsubscribe
Present
I unsubscribe
you unsubscribe
he/she/it unsubscribes
we unsubscribe
you unsubscribe
they unsubscribe
Preterite
I unsubscribed
you unsubscribed
he/she/it unsubscribed
we unsubscribed
you unsubscribed
they unsubscribed
Present Continuous
I am unsubscribing
you are unsubscribing
he/she/it is unsubscribing
we are unsubscribing
you are unsubscribing
they are unsubscribing
Present Perfect
I have unsubscribed
you have unsubscribed
he/she/it has unsubscribed
we have unsubscribed
you have unsubscribed
they have unsubscribed
Past Continuous
I was unsubscribing
you were unsubscribing
he/she/it was unsubscribing
we were unsubscribing
you were unsubscribing
they were unsubscribing
Past Perfect
I had unsubscribed
you had unsubscribed
he/she/it had unsubscribed
we had unsubscribed
you had unsubscribed
they had unsubscribed
Future
I will unsubscribe
you will unsubscribe
he/she/it will unsubscribe
we will unsubscribe
you will unsubscribe
they will unsubscribe
Future Perfect
I will have unsubscribed
you will have unsubscribed
he/she/it will have unsubscribed
we will have unsubscribed
you will have unsubscribed
they will have unsubscribed
Future Continuous
I will be unsubscribing
you will be unsubscribing
he/she/it will be unsubscribing
we will be unsubscribing
you will be unsubscribing
they will be unsubscribing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unsubscribing
you have been unsubscribing
he/she/it has been unsubscribing
we have been unsubscribing
you have been unsubscribing
they have been unsubscribing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unsubscribing
you will have been unsubscribing
he/she/it will have been unsubscribing
we will have been unsubscribing
you will have been unsubscribing
they will have been unsubscribing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unsubscribing
you had been unsubscribing
he/she/it had been unsubscribing
we had been unsubscribing
you had been unsubscribing
they had been unsubscribing
Conditional
I would unsubscribe
you would unsubscribe
he/she/it would unsubscribe
we would unsubscribe
you would unsubscribe
they would unsubscribe
Past Conditional
I would have unsubscribed
you would have unsubscribed
he/she/it would have unsubscribed
we would have unsubscribed
you would have unsubscribed
they would have unsubscribed
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Translations

unsubscribe

[ˈʌnsəbˈskraɪb] VI (Internet) → borrarse
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unsubscribe

[ˌʌnsəbˈskraɪb] vi (online, from mailing list etc)se désabonner
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