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Significado de “buy” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "buy" - Diccionario Inglés

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buyverb

uk   us   /baɪ/ (bought, bought)
  • buy verb (PAY FOR)

A1 [I or T] to get something by ​payingmoney for it: Eventually she had ​saved enough ​money to buy a ​smallcar. [+ two objects] He bought his ​mother some ​flowers/He bought some ​flowers for his ​mother. There are more ​people buying at this ​time of the ​year so ​prices are high. The ​company was set up to buy and ​sellshares on ​behalf of ​investors. I bought my ​camera from a ​friend of mine.buy sb's silence to ​pay someone or do something for someone, so that that ​person does not ​tell anyone something that they ​know about and that you ​want to ​remainsecret: What will we have to do to buy her ​silence?

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buynoun

uk   us   /baɪ/
(Definition of buy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "buy" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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buyverb [T]

 us   /bɑɪ/ (past tense and past participle bought  /bɔt/ )
  • buy verb [T] (PAY FOR)

to ​obtain something by ​payingmoney for it: She was ​saving to buy a ​car. He bought some ​flowers for his ​girlfriend.
  • buy verb [T] (BELIEVE)

infml to ​believe that something is ​true: She’ll never buy that ​story about having to take ​care of ​yoursickgrandmother.
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buynoun [C]

 us   /bɑɪ/
  • buy noun [C] (ACT OF BUYING)

an ​occasion in which you ​pay less for something than what it is ​worth, and are ​thereforepleased: The ​rugturned out to be ​quite a buy.
(Definition of buy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "buy" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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buyverb

uk   us   /baɪ/ (bought, bought)
[I or T] to get something by ​payingmoney for it: Most ​people who ​move into a new ​house are going to buy things. There are more ​people buying at this ​time of the ​year so ​prices are high. The ​company was set up to buy and ​sellshares on behalf of ​investors.buy sth from sb We always buy ​paper from the same ​supplier.buy sth for sb/sth Customers may be buying ​mobilephones for their children.buy sb sth I ​offered to buy him ​lunch. The ​firm buys in ​bulk and ​negotiatessubstantialdiscounts.
[T] COMMERCE, FINANCE to be enough ​money to get something: A country where the ​pound buys almost 30% more than it did a ​year ago will ​attract British ​tourists.buy sb sth A few ​dollars will buy you a ​book that ​holds the ​experience of a lifetime.

buynoun [C]

uk   us   /baɪ/
something ​worth the ​priceasked or ​paid for it: The ​shareslookundervalued and are a good buy. This ​car was a ​real buy for $4000.
(Definition of buy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “buy”
en coreano -을 사다…
en árabe يَشْتَري…
in Malaysian beli…
en francés acheter…
en ruso покупать…
en chino (tradicionál) 為…付款, 買,購買…
en italiano comprare…
en turco satın almak…
en polaco kupować…
en español comprar…
in Vietnamese mua…
en portugués comprar…
in Thai ซื้อ…
en alemán kaufen…
en catalán comprar…
en japonés ~を買う, 購入する…
en chino (simplificado) 为…付款, 买,购买…
in Indonesian membeli…
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