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acquire

verb   /əˈkwaɪər/ ( present participle acquiring, past tense and past participle acquired) formal
to get something adquirir My grandfather acquired several valuable paintings.
to learn something adquirir I’ve acquired some useful skills in this job.
(Definition of acquire from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

acquire

verb /əˈkwaiə/
(formal) to get adquirir He acquired a lot of interesting antiques over the course of his life.
to learn Adquirir She acquired a working knowledge of Chinese.
acquisition /ӕkwiˈziʃən/ noun
the act of acquiring adquisición The public support the acquisition of more land to protect wildlife.
(formal) something acquired adquisición Her recent acquisitions included a piano.
acquisitive /əˈkwizətiv/ adjective
eager to get possessions codicioso an acquisitive child.
acquisitiveness noun
codicia her acquisitiveness about clothes.
(Definition of acquire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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