buy intophrasal verb

  • ja〔人の考えなど〕を認める、賛成する
  • ento completely support or believe in a set of ideas

Examples

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This handsome British foodie does seem cosmically perfect for Monica.
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"But God, a house made of cheese.
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Wouldn't that be incredible?"
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"I’d move in tomorrow!"
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"Oh, come on!"
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But it doesn't matter, because later,
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Monica and Chandler agree that they both don’t buy into the whole idea of soulmates.
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“I don't believe in soulmates, either.”
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“You don't?”
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“Nope.
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I don’t think that you and I were destined to end up together.
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I think that we fell in love and we work hard at our relationship.”
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Cypher wants badly for Neo to fail.
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“You never did answer me before...
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if you bought into Morpheus' bullshit.”
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With so many videos uploaded that seem to be bad on purpose,
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why do so many people still buy into this and leave comments as if it was real?
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I guess it's a community of hatred.
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It's like, "Oh, we can all band together against this person."
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And then that's a form of community.
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I have no answer for that.
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In fact, every single sentence in what you got at one time or another was in a horoscope.
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We've been hoodwinked!
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We've been fooled!
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I wasn't quite hoodwinked.
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You were!
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I was completely!
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I was like, "pretty good job!"
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You almost made me cry, almost.
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I never buy into horoscopes stuff, so this I was like,
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"Oh man, this is so right!
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What am I doing? How can you gather you this information?"
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These are orders, Phillip.
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Yeah, and they'll listen to us because we're the ones on the ground.
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Here is an order that was given,
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where the couple has difficulties buying into that order.
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Finally, don't cheap out.
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Go for the good premium stuff,
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as it contains more of the healthy nutrients we've been talking about all along.
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I need you to know this.
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Don't buy into the BS supplements that take green tea extract
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and claim that it has miracle health benefits.
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They do not.
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The real thing is always healthier than the supplement form.

Other meanings for buy into...

buy intophrasal verb

  • ja〔企業〕の株を買う
  • ento buy shares in a company, especially to gain control over it
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The food at McDonald's has always sold like hotcakes, but once the restaurant started franchising,
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the world began eating up the brand.
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So, it's not surprising that for decades, entrepreneurs have been flocking
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to the Golden Arches with dreams of opening their own McDonald's.
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But being a franchise owner isn't as easy, or profitable, as you might think.
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For starters, buying into a McDonald's franchise is expensive.
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And if prospective franchisees want to get a piece of the pie, they'll have to bring some heavy coin to the table.