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buy /baɪ/ verb (past tense and past participle bought /bɔːt $ bɒːt/)

Irregular Forms: (bought)

خریدن ، خرید ، ابتیاع ، تطمیع کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: خرید کردن ، بازرگانی: خریدن
مهندسی صنایع: خریدن ، خریداری کردن ، ابتیاع کامپیوتر: خریدن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- purchase, acquire, get, invest in, obtain, pay for, procure, shop for
- purchase, acquisition, bargain, deal
Antonyms: sell
Related Words: acquire, get, obtain, procure
English Thesaurus: buy, purchase, acquire, get, snap something up, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. buy1 S1 W1 /baɪ/ verb (past tense and past participle bought /bɔːt $ bɒːt/)
[Language: Old English; Origin: bycgan]

a) [intransitive and transitive] to get something by paying money for it Antonym : sell:
Where did you buy that dress?
Ricky showed her the painting he’d bought that morning.
buy somebody something
Let me buy you a drink.
buy something for somebody/something
The money will be used to buy equipment for the school.
buy (something) from somebody
It’s cheaper to buy direct from the manufacturer.
buy something for $10/£200 etc
Dan bought the car for $2,000.
It’s much cheaper to buy in bulk (=buy large quantities of something).
b) [transitive] if a sum of money buys something, it is enough to pay for it:
$50 doesn’t buy much these days.
buy somebody something
$15 should buy us a pizza and a drink.

2. buy (somebody) time to deliberately make more time for yourself to do something, for example by delaying a decision:
‘Can we talk about it later?’ he said, trying to buy a little more time.

3. [transitive] informal to believe something that someone tells you, especially when it is not likely to be true:
‘Let’s just say it was an accident.’ ‘He’ll never buy that.’

4. [transitive] informal to pay money to someone, especially someone in a position of authority, in order to persuade them to do something dishonest Synonym : bribe:
People say the judge had been bought by the Mafia.

5. buy something at the cost/expense/price of something to get something that you want, but only by losing something else:
The town has been careful not to buy prosperity at the expense of its character.

6. somebody bought it old-fashioned informal someone was killed

7. buy off-plan if you buy property off-plan, you buy a house, flat etc that is just starting to be built, with an arrangement to pay part of the cost of the property at that time and the balance when the property is finished

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. buy2 noun [countable, usually singular]

1. something that is worth buying, because it is cheap, good quality, or likely to gain in value
a good/excellent etc buy
The wine is a good buy at $6.50.
It’s worth shopping around for the best buy (=what you want at the lowest price).

2. informal an act of buying something, especially something illegal Synonym : deal

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADV. cheaply Old bikes can be bought quite cheaply.
VERB + BUY can/can't afford to
PREP. for He bought a car for his daughter. I bought it for £25.
from I bought some books from a friend.
PHRASES buy and sell She makes her living buying and selling antiques.
money can/can't buy It's the best that money can buy. There are some things money can't buy.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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