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Buy

Pronunciation of Buy
/bˈa͡ɪ/, /bˈa‍ɪ/, /b_ˈaɪ/

Antonyms for buy:

sell, rip off.

Synonyms for buy:

Sense 1

keep in with, soft soap, overstock, invest in, schmooze, sweeten up, buy off, load up on, buy in, snap up, patronize, invest, set-back, believe, play on, haggle, buy up, play up to, soften up, play off against, come in at, sweet talk.

Sense 2

flatter, get in, make up to, fall for, import.

Sense 3

cultivate.

Sense 4

book, manipulate, pick up, blackmail, place.

Sense 6

cost, maneuver.

Sense 7

go far, work out, accept.

Sense 10

command.

Sense 11

twist.

accomplish

transact.

approve

buy into.

bribe

pay off.

credit

fall for.

deal

drive a bargain.

harmonize

agree.

order

contract for.

replenish

stock up.

trade

dicker.

Sense 3 (noun)

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

Sense 4 (noun)

accept, believe.

Sense 6 (noun)

buy off, blackmail, maneuver, cultivate, make up to, keep in with, flatter.

Sense 7 (noun)

cost, work out, come in at, command, set-back.

buy (noun)

bribe, corrupt, steal, bargain, purchase.

handle (noun)

deal in.

possession (noun)

bargain, steal.

something purchased (noun)

deal, steal, purchase, bargain.

acquire (verb)

capture, obtain, collect, wrangle, annex, accumulate, add, procure, claim, harvest, reap, win, palm, take, purchase, net, catch, incur, retrieve, secure, pocket, land, get, score, receive, lure, garner, corner, amass, assume, heap, acquire, contract for, fetch, bag.

bribe (verb)

corrupt, land.

possession (verb)

purchase.

purchase (verb)

secure, invest in, get, procure, take, obtain, acquire, score, contract for.

Usage examples for buy:

  • And did you buy them right there? - "The Merriweather Girls and the Mystery of the Queen's Fan", Lizette M. Edholm.
  • " But if I buy my time you-" " How 'd come ye by the money?" - "Janice Meredith", Paul Leicester Ford.

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