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procure

verb [T]
 
 
/prəˈkjʊər/ formal
to get something, especially when it involves effort: procure capital/funds/financing Low interest rates support bonds by making it cheaper for investors to procure funds and invest in fixed-income securities. A small car manufacturer may produce its own engines, but it may also procure them from a larger firm.
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