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buy into sth

phrasal verb with buy uk   us   /baɪ/ verb (bought, bought)
FINANCE to ​buy a ​part of a ​business in ​order to have some ​control over it: McDowell was ​trying to ​buy into the ​newspaperbusiness.
to ​support or believe in an ​idea or ​plan: To ​create an ​effectivebrand, you need to convince ​people to ​buy into it.
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Translations of “buy into sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 相信, 完全相信…
in Turkish inanmak, itikat etmek, kabul etmek…
in Russian "попасться на удочку", купиться…
in Chinese (Traditional) 相信, 完全相信…
in Polish uwierzyć w coś…
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