unsub

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[ uhn-suhb ]
/ ʌnˈsʌb /

verb (used with or without object) un·subbed, un·sub·bing.

to unsubscribe from an online service, email updates, marketing messages, etc.:The service renews automatically, but you can unsub at any time.

noun

a person or an account that unsubscribes from an online service:The site sent too many spam emails in a single day and was flooded with unsubs.

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Origin of unsub

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First recorded in 1995–2000; by shortening

Definition for unsub (2 of 3)

unsub2
[ uhn-suhb ]
/ ʌnˈsʌb /

noun Police Slang.

a suspect in a crime investigation whose identity or name is not known.

Origin of unsub

2
First recorded in 1960–65; un(known) or un(identified) + sub(ject) (of an investigation)

Definition for unsub (3 of 3)

unsub3
[ uhn-suhb ]
/ ʌnˈsʌb /

adjective

not furnished or supported by a subsidy; unsubsidized:unsub loans.

Origin of unsub

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by shortening
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