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Definition of "acquiring" []

  • To get or gain (something, such as an object, trait, or ability), esp more or less permanently (verb)
  • Present participle of acquire. (verb)

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Use "acquiring" in a sentence
  • ""The young workers, they are still in what I call the acquiring phase of life, and the older ones were thinking they could really sock it away for their last five years before retiring," she said."
  • "So we have as of close of Q3 $250 million available to us, all our banks what we call the acquiring bank."
  • "* How to overcome bureaucratic inertia in acquiring a CURP."