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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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