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DictionaryLook it upWe couldn't find a definition. Try searching the web forbuy[bī]✕PlayVERBbuy (verb) · buys (third person present) · bought (past tense) · bought (past participle) · buying (present participle)
ORIGINOld English bycgan, of Germanic origin.More definitions and word originNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessTranslate buy toNo translation found.Your Recent SearchesWords you've searched will appear here
- obtain in exchange for payment:"he bought me a new dress" ·"we had to find some money to buy a house"
- procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery:"here was a man who could not be bought"
- be a means of obtaining (something) through exchange or payment:"money can't buy happiness"
- get by sacrifice or great effort:"greatness is dearly bought"
- make a profession of purchasing goods for a store or firm.
- informalaccept the truth of:"I am not prepared to buy the claim that the ends justify the means"synonyms:accept · agree to · consent to · assent to · acquiesce in · concur in ·accede to · give one's blessing to · bless · give one's seal/stamp of approval to · rubber-stamp · say yes to · ratify · sanction · endorse · authorize · mandate · license · warrant · validate · pass · confirm · support · back · give one's permission/leave
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