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buying pricenoun [C]

uk   us   (also offer price)
COMMERCE the ​price for which you can ​buy something: The ​maximumloan is 85% of the ​buyingprice.
FINANCE the ​price at which someone ​buys or is ​willing to ​buyshares, ​bonds, etc.: On a couple of occasions the ​sharesfell below my ​buyingprice, causing some anxiety.
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