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Definition of "buys" []

  • To acquire by paying or promising to pay a sum of money or the equivalent; purchase (verb)
  • To be capable of purchasing (verb)
  • To acquire by any exchange or sacrifice (verb)
  • To act as a buyer (verb)
  • To bribe or corrupt; hire by or as by bribery (verb)
  • To accept as true, practical, etc (verb)
  • To purchase shares of (a company) (verb)
  • (esp of Christ) to ransom or redeem (a Christian or the soul of a Christian) (verb)
  • A purchase (often in the phrases good or bad buy) (noun)
  • Plural form of buy. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of buy. (verb)

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Use "buys" in a sentence
  • "More radical steps the BOJ could take include an increase in the amount of Japanese government bonds it buys from the market, currently set at 1.8 trillion yen monthly."
  • "Money, and the power and admiration it buys, is the drug."
  • "By the way, Alie makes her wines out here in Mattituck at Premium Wine Group with fruit she buys from the North Fork."