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buy into something

phrasal verb with buy  us   /bɑɪ/ verb [T] (past tense and past participle bought  /bɔt/ )
to buy a ​part of a ​business in ​order to have some ​control over it: They bought into a ​softwarecompany. If you buy into an ​idea or ​plan, you give it ​yoursupport or ​agree with it: Parents are ​expected to buy into the school's ​philosophy when they ​enrolltheirchildren.
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