Buy - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- be worth or be capable of buying
I bought this hat for $10.
He bought the quilt from a local artist.
Stock prices are low, so now is a good time to buy.
He said it was a mistake, but I don't buy it.
...four cartons of ice cream for four dollars is a real buy...
He changed his mind about moving, but was unable to buy the house back.
We must make sure to buy in sugar before the price rises again.
I will not buy that.
I don't buy that explanation.
He bought the whole story.
She had never bought into the idea that to be attractive you have to be thin.
Her clients are on the buy.
My freedom was bought by the blood of my ancestors.
Where did you buy that dress?
Ricky showed her the painting he'd bought that morning.
buy off — pay someone with influence in order to receive a favor
buy out — take over ownership of; of corporations and companies
buy up — take over ownership of; of corporations and companies
present participle: buying
past tense: bought
past participle: bought