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bought

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made beforehand in large numbers
  • a bought dress that looked like a high-end designer item
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buy

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something bought or offered for sale at a desirable price
  • four cartons of ice cream for four dollars is a real buy
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bargain, deal, pennyworth, snip [British], steal

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buy

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1 to get possession of (something) by giving money in exchange for
  • I really want to buy that new book, but I don't have enough money right now
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cop [slang], pick up, purchase, take

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2 to influence someone with a bribe
  • there were rumors that the mobster had bought the judge
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3 to regard as right or true
  • if you buy that story, then I have a bridge in Brooklyn you might be interested in
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bought

verb , past tense of buy

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1 to get possession of (something) by giving money in exchange for
  • I really want to buy that new book, but I don't have enough money right now
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2 to influence someone with a bribe
  • there were rumors that the mobster had bought the judge
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3 to regard as right or true
  • if you buy that story, then I have a bridge in Brooklyn you might be interested in
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