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Word of the day: Buy

Buy  
To get (something) by paying money for it:

To buy a car.

To accept or believe (something) as true:

I won’t buy her explanation.

Synonyms

Buy, Purchase; believe, accept as true.

Buy,purchase imply obtaining or acquiring property or goods for a price. Buy is the common and informal word, applying to any such transaction: to buy a pair of shoes. Purchase is more
formal and may connote buying on a larger scale, in a finer store, and the like for example: to purchase a house.

Examples

She went to the mall to buy a new handbag.

Will you buy me a camera?

I bought a pair of sunglasses for Rs.300.

I don’t buy what he is saying.

 

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