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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To acquire in exchange for money or its equivalent; purchase. See Regional Note at
- verb-transitive: To be capable of purchasing: "Certainly there are lots of things in life that money won't buy” ( Ogden Nash).
- verb-transitive: To acquire by sacrifice, exchange, or trade: wanted to buy love with gifts.
- verb-transitive: To bribe: tried to buy a judge.
- verb-transitive: Informal To accept the truth or feasibility of: The officer didn't buy my lame excuse for speeding.
- verb-intransitive: To purchase something; act as a purchaser.
- noun: Something bought or for sale; a purchase.
- noun: An act of purchasing: a drug buy.
- noun: Something that is underpriced; a bargain.
- phrasal-verb: buy into To acquire a stake or interest in: bought into a risky real estate venture.
- phrasal-verb: buy into Informal To believe in, especially wholeheartedly or uncritically: couldn't buy into that brand of conservatism.
- phrasal-verb: buy off To bribe (an official, for example) in order to secure improper cooperation or gain exemption from a regulation or legal consequence.
- phrasal-verb: buy out To purchase the entire stock, business rights, or interests of.
- phrasal-verb: buy up To purchase all that is available of.
- idiom: buy it Slang To be killed.
- idiom: buy time To increase the time available for a specific purpose: "A moderate recovery thus buys time for Congress and the Administration to whittle the deficit” ( G. David Wallace).
- idiom: buy the farm Slang To die, especially suddenly or violently.
- (bought) pirkti
- to buy in (su)pirkti
- to buy off atsipirkti
- to buy outišpirkti
- to buy over papirkti
- to buy up supirkti