unsubscribe

[uhn-suhb-skrahyb]
verb (used without object), unsubscribed, unsubscribing.
1.
to cancel a subscription to or remove a name from an online mailing list, publication, or service.
verb (used with object), unsubscribed, unsubscribing.
2.
to remove (a subscriber) from an online mailing list, publication, etc.
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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

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Example sentences
If you wish to stop receiving the weekly notification e-mails, please click the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the e-mail.
If not, please locate the other copy and click the unsubscribe link on that newsletter.
To unsubscribe from one of our newsletters, click this link and follow the instructions.
If this is your old registration email, please click below to unsubscribe.
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