129 Words related to BUY, BUY Synonyms, BUY Antonyms - Word list Research (2022)

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129 Words related to BUY, BUY Synonyms, BUY Antonyms - Word list Research (1)

Synonyms of buy

bargain: : an agreement between parties settling what each gives or receives in a transaction between them or what course of action or policy each pursues in respect to the other They struck a bargain to sell only to each other. Keep your side of the bargain .

deal: : part , portion

pennyworth: : a penny’s worth

snip: : a small piece that is snipped off

steal: : to take the property of another wrongfully and especially as a habitual or regular practice

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clearance: : an act or process of clearing: such as

closeout: : a clearing out by a sale usually at reduced prices of the whole remaining stock (as of a business)

markdown: : a lowering of price

cheapie: : one that is cheap

bonus: : something in addition to what is expected or strictly due: such as

freebie: : something (such as a theater ticket) given without charge

freebee: : something (such as a theater ticket) given without charge

gift: : a notable capacity, talent, or endowment

giveaway: : an unintentional revelation or betrayal

premium: : a reward or recompense for a particular act

present: : something presented : gift

boon: : benefit , favor

windfall: : something (such as a tree or fruit) blown down by the wind

Near Antonyms of buy

gouging: : a chisel with a concavo-convex cross section

overcharge: : to charge too much or too fully

rip-off: : an act or instance of stealing : theft

soaking: : to lie immersed in liquid (such as water) : become saturated by or as if by immersion

markup: : an amount added to the cost price to determine the selling price

surcharge: : overcharge

extravagance: : an instance of excess or prodigality

luxury: : a condition of abundance or great ease and comfort : sumptuous environment lived in luxury

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Synonyms of buy

cop: : top , crest

pick up: : one that is picked up: such as

purchase: : gain , acquire

take: : to get into one’s hands or into one’s possession, power, or control: such as

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acquire: : to get as one’s own:

gain: : resources or advantage acquired or increased : profit made substantial gains last year

garner: : to gather into storage

get: : to gain possession of got a new bicycle

obtain: : to gain or attain usually by planned action or effort The information was difficult to obtain . We obtained a copy of the original letter.

procure: : to get possession of (something) : to obtain (something) by particular care and effort procure a loan She had managed to procure a hat shaped like a life-size lion’s head, which was perched precariously on her head. — J. K. Rowling

secure: : unwisely free from fear or distrust : overconfident

win: : to get possession of by effort or fortune

finance: : money or other liquid resources of a government, business, group, or individual The library closed due to a lack of finances .

pay (for): : to make due return to for services rendered or property delivered paid the pizza deliverer

spring (for): : dart , shoot sparks sprang out from the fire

barter (for): : to trade by exchanging one commodity for another : to trade goods or services in exchange for other goods or services farmers bartering for supplies with their crops bartered with the store’s owner

deal (for): : part , portion

dicker (over): : the number or quantity of 10 especially of hides or skins

exchange (for): : the act of giving or taking one thing in return for another : trade an exchange of prisoners

haggle (for): : to cut roughly or clumsily : hack

negotiate (about): : to confer with another so as to arrive at the settlement of some matter Teachers are negotiating for higher salaries.

trade (for): : the business of buying and selling or bartering commodities : commerce

bargain (with): : an agreement between parties settling what each gives or receives in a transaction between them or what course of action or policy each pursues in respect to the other They struck a bargain to sell only to each other. Keep your side of the bargain .

chaffer (with): : a haggling about price

horse-trade (with): : negotiation accompanied by shrewd bargaining and reciprocal concessions a political horse trade

palter (with): : to act insincerely or deceitfully : equivocate

bid: : beseech , entreat

offer: : to present as an act of worship or devotion : sacrifice to a Catholic church where she would offer a candle or so to his recovery — F. M. Ford

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rebuy: : to buy (something) again Instead, realize that the amount of space taken up by those “just in case” items far outweighs the inconvenience of having to rebuy or borrow a few things that might be discarded in error. — Vicki Winterton I’m working with the pawnshop industry and law enforcement to develop a solution for victims of theft. They should not have to suffer the additional indignity of having to rebuy their belongings. — John Becker

repurchase: : to buy (something) back or again … some enterprises moving workloads to the cloud won’t have to repurchase software they already own. — Kurt Marko especially , of a corporation : to purchase back (shares of one’s own common stock) on the open market The company last winter repaid $405 million of debt, repurchased $202 million in common stock and predicted that sales will rise between 3 and 5 percent this year. — Jeremiah McWilliams

Near Antonyms of buy

deal (in): : part , portion

market: : a meeting together of people for the purpose of trade by private purchase and sale and usually not by auction

merchandise: : the occupation of a merchant : trade

merchandize: : the occupation of a merchant : trade

retail: : to sell in small quantities directly to the ultimate consumer

sell: : to deliver or give up in violation of duty, trust, or loyalty and especially for personal gain : betray — often used with out sell out their country

vend: : to sell especially as a hawker or peddler

Synonyms of buy

bribe: : money or favor given or promised in order to influence the judgment or conduct of a person in a position of trust police officers accused of taking bribes

corrupt: : to change from good to bad in morals, manners, or actions Officials were corrupted by greed. was accused of corrupting the youth

have: : to hold or maintain as a possession, privilege, or entitlement they have a new car I have my rights

pay off: : profit , reward

square: : an instrument having at least one right angle and two straight edges used especially to lay out or test right angles

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fix: : to make firm, stable, or stationary We led out more rope and fixed it in place up steeper snow. — Joe Tasker & Peter Boardman

tamper (with): : to interfere so as to weaken or change for the worse — used with with did not want to tamper with tradition

b : to try foolish or dangerous experiments — used with with

c : to render something harmful or dangerous by altering its structure or composition was charged with tampering with consumer products

abase: : to lower in rank, office, prestige, or esteem abase oneself … the shame that had abased him within and without … — James Joyce

debase: : to lower in status, esteem, quality, or character debased himself by lying to his supporters … a constitutional amendment that would allow Congress to outlaw debasing the American flag. — Time This is not to say that you should be prepared to debase camping standards. — The Scout Leader’s Handbook

debauch: : to make disloyal

defile: : to make unclean or impure: such as

degrade: : to lower in grade, rank, or status : demote

demean: : to conduct or behave (oneself) usually in a proper manner he might have been observed to demean himself as a person with nothing to do — Henry James †1916

deprave: : to speak ill of : malign

dishonor: : lack or loss of honor or reputation

pervert: : to cause to turn aside or away from what is good or true or morally right : corrupt

poison: : a substance that through its chemical action usually kills, injures, or impairs an organism

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profane: : to treat (something sacred) with abuse, irreverence, or contempt : desecrate

prostitute: : to offer indiscriminately for sexual intercourse especially for money

subvert: : to overturn or overthrow from the foundation : ruin

taint: : to contaminate morally : corrupt scholarship tainted by envy

warp: : a series of yarns extended lengthwise in a loom and crossed by the weft

allure: : to entice by charm or attraction … I had been fool enough to allow myself to be so quickly allured by her charms … — Anthony Trollope

bait: : to persecute or exasperate with unjust, malicious, or persistent attacks bait minority groups : to try to make angry with criticism or insults baiting a politician during a debate

beguile: : hoodwink beguiled her classmates into doing the work for her

entice: : to attract artfully or adroitly or by arousing hope or desire : tempt

lead on: : to entice or induce to adopt or continue in a course or belief especially when unwise or mistaken

lure: : an object usually of leather or feathers attached to a long cord and used by a falconer to recall or exercise a hawk

seduce: : to persuade to disobedience or disloyalty

tempt: : to entice to do wrong by promise of pleasure or gain

motivate: : to provide with a motive : impel questions that excite and motivate youth She was motivated by a desire to help children.

provoke: : to call forth (a feeling, an action, etc.) : evoke provoke laughter

spur: : a pointed device secured to a rider’s heel and used to urge on the horse

stimulate: : to excite to activity or growth or to greater activity : animate , arouse

goad: : something that pains as if by pricking : thorn

induce: : to move by persuasion or influence

flatter: : to praise excessively especially from motives of self-interest He flattered her with comments about how youthful she looks.

persuade: : to move by argument, entreaty, or expostulation to a belief, position, or course of action

snare: : a contrivance often consisting of a noose for entangling birds or mammals

trap: : a device for taking game or other animals

Phrases Synonymous with buy

Synonyms of buy

accept: : to receive (something offered) willingly accept a gift

believe: : to consider to be true or honest believe the reports you wouldn’t believe how long it took

credit: : reliance on the truth or reality of something gave credit to everything he said Give no credit to idle rumors.

swallow: : any of numerous small widely distributed oscine birds (family Hirundinidae, the swallow family) that have a short bill, long pointed wings, and often a deeply forked tail and that feed on insects caught on the wing

take: : to get into one’s hands or into one’s possession, power, or control: such as

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trust: : assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something

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account: : a record of debit (see debit entry 2 sense 1a ) and credit (see credit entry 1 sense 2d ) entries to cover transactions involving a particular item or a particular person or concern

accredit: : to give official authorization to or approval of:

understand: : to grasp the meaning of understand Russian

assume: : to take to or upon oneself : undertake assume responsibility

presume: : to undertake without leave or clear justification : dare

suppose: : to lay down tentatively as a hypothesis, assumption, or proposal suppose a fire broke out suppose you bring the salad

conclude: : to shut up : enclose

deduce: : to determine by reasoning or deduction deduce the age of ancient artifacts She deduced , from the fur stuck to his clothes, that he owned a cat.

infer: : to derive as a conclusion from facts or premises we see smoke and infer fire — L. A. White — compare imply

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Near Antonyms of buy

distrust: : the lack or absence of trust

doubt: : fear I doubt I have been beguiled — Sir Walter Scott

misdoubt: : doubt

mistrust: : a lack of confidence : distrust

question: : an interrogative expression often used to test knowledge

suspect: : regarded or deserving to be regarded with suspicion : suspected investigates suspect employees

challenge: : to dispute especially as being unjust, invalid, or outmoded : impugn new data that challenges old assumptions

dispute: : to engage in argument : debate

Antonyms of buy

disbelieve: : to hold not worthy of belief : not believe

discredit: : to refuse to accept as true or accurate : disbelieve discredit a rumor

reject: : to refuse to accept, consider, submit to, take for some purpose, or use rejected the suggestion reject a manuscript

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What is the synonym of buy buy? ›

purchase, make a purchase of, make the purchase of, acquire, obtain, get, pick up, snap up. take, secure, procure, come by, pay for, shop for. invest in, put money into. informal get hold of, get one's hands on, lay one's hands on, get one's mitts on, score.

What is the synonyms and antonyms of buy? ›

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Words Related to research

According to the algorithm that drives this word similarity engine, the top 5 related words for "research" are: experiment, science, investigate, investigation, and probe.

What's a synonym for buy in? ›

In this page you can discover 20 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for buy-in, like: buying-in, match-funding, regrate, rebuy, avin, invest in, leverage, givin, takin, gettin and missin.

What is this word buy? ›

Definition of buy

(Entry 1 of 2) transitive verb. 1 : to acquire possession, ownership, or rights to the use or services of by payment especially of money : purchase buy a car buying stock in the company bought us dinner. 2a : to obtain in exchange for something often at a sacrifice They bought peace with their freedom ...

What type of word is buy? ›

Buy is a verb - Word Type.

What are the 50 examples of synonyms? ›

Synonym Examples
amazing: astounding, surprising, stunningfertile, fruitful, abundant, productive
cunning: keen, sharp, slickkindle: ignite, inflame, burn
destitute: poor, bankrupt, impoverishedloyal: faithful, ardent, devoted
deterioration: pollution, defilement, adulterationold: elderly, aged, senior
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What are the 50 examples of antonyms? ›

50 examples of Antonyms
  • monarchy and democracy.
  • good and bad.
  • truth and lie.
  • enemy and friend.
  • love and hate.
  • antonym and synonym.
  • hi and bye.
  • happy and sad.

What are 10 examples of synonyms and antonyms? ›

Examples of Synonyms and Antonyms
WordSynonymAntonym
BoisterousLively, ExuberantQuire, Restrained
IneptIncompetent, UnskilledCompetant
SootheEase, RelieveAggravate
LingerStay put, RemainVanish
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What is the opposite buy? ›

Opposite of to gain possession of something in exchange for payment. sell. auction. barter. retail.

What is the Synonym of bye? ›

synonyms for bye-bye

Godspeed. adieu. adios. cheerio. farewell.

What are synonyms? ›

What is another word for what?
anythingall
everythingwhatever
aswhatsoever
anything thatwhatnot
all thatall the things
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What is the past of buy? ›

'Bought' is the past tense of 'buy'.

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