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(Unsubscribe) To remove your name from a mailing list or Newsgroup.
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(unsubscribe) The act of having oneself removed from a list.
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(unsubscribe [ˌʌnsəbˈskraɪb]) 1. verb to take your name off an Internet mailing list
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