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Acquire

Pronunciation of Acquire
/ɐkwˈa͡ɪ͡ə/, /ɐkwˈa‍ɪ‍ə/, /ɐ_k_w_ˈaɪə/

Antonyms for acquire:

give, spend, lose.

Synonyms for acquire:

Sense 1

disestablish, comedown, retrain, downfall, move up, pauperize, inherit, snap up, invest in, former, sometime, come out, social climber, Social Mobility, buy in, yuppify, glean, overstock, deepen, reversal, downwardly mobile, buy up, unlearn, downshift, sicken, enrich, gentrification, slum, mobility, rags-to-riches, orientate, beggar, ennoble, load up on, shadow.

Sense 2

get in, import, ruin, ascent, world, keep up, elevate, hone, impoverish, freshen up.

Sense 3

come into, polish, mobile.

Sense 4

book, upgrade, place.

bag

shoot.

get

wangle, lay hands on.

get at

get hold of.

inherit

come into.

take

take.

Sense 1 (noun)

retrain, keep up.

Sense 2 (noun)

import, snap up, buy up, invest in, get in, place.

Sense 3 (noun)

come by, comedown, ascent, disestablish, beggar, come out.

acquire (noun)

get, produce, adopt, take on, develop, take, grow, assume.

acquire (verb)

incur, score, obtain, purchase, net, win, corner, secure, retrieve, palm, lure, wrangle, buy, garner, land, claim, assume, heap, fetch.

add (verb)

accrue, augment, aggregate, sum, accumulate, tally, total, attain, increment, increase, add.

body (verb)

grow, get, produce, develop.

obtain or receive (verb)

amass, attain, gather, get, take, have, achieve, access, annex, wangle, gain, secure, get hold of, earn, pick up, collect, grab, win, catch, land, procure, buy, bring in.

possess (verb)

own, hold, possess, have.

possession (verb)

get.

receive (verb)

devour, ingest, inspire, eat, gobble, assimilate, engorge, receive, access, accept, admit, inhale, gulp, pocket, absorb.

take (verb)

annex, bag, gather, get, procure, impound, amass, abduct, appropriate, reap, deprive, nab, grab, confiscate, usurp, commandeer, harvest, take, collect, levy, monopolize, catch, capture.

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