buyverb

  • ja買収する
  • ento bribe someone

Examples

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All right, this is pointless.
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- C.J. will just tell everyone the truth. - No, he won't.
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I bought him off.
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- All I gotta do is play Madden with him. - Come on, C.J.!
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Hey, you know what?
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I just beefed hard, so I'm gonna let you stew in here for a little while.
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I am loving it!
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Such a loser.
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He doesn't want us to solve the crime so he is buying us off.
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- It's shady. - I love the shade.
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It keeps the sun away on hot days.
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Besides, he's a rich guy.
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What's his motive for stealing a laptop?
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Leverage.
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He and Cassie have been fighting about her contract.
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Some men aren’t looking for anything logical, like money.
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They can’t be bought, bullied, reasoned, or negotiated with.
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Some men just wanna watch the world burn.
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Ellen, we know you're royalty.
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You have to be a Royals fan.
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Well, I am right now. I will be right now for you.
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I can be bought by a poster.
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I know you can't afford tickets.
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So, Carla and Marla, we are gonna send you to the World Series.
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Take it. Take it.
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Oh!
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They didn't like it!
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Just clean it up.
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What'd you say?
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Toss it!
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You know, this is a valuable lesson, Pete.
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Some men can't be bought,
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and some unions can't be defeated.

Other meanings for buy...

buyverb

  • ja〔意見などを〕受け入れる、〔話を本当と〕信じる
  • ento accept or believe something is true
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They seem nice.
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But don't buy it.
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It gets real 'Game of Thrones' around here.
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Dude, just messing around.
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You're fired!
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I'm what?
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You're fired.
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I called up the bank and told them that you were stealing and drinking on the job.
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And they bought it!
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Can you believe it?
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Why is there a Wilson logo on your forehead?
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I don't know. Must be the hat.
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Nobody's buying it.
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Just skip to the part where you tell us the truth.
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Fine. I never made it to the stairs, okay?
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I got distracted.
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So I asked him, "Bobby, what is that?"
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It's natural urine, isn't it?
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It's natural urine.
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That's an easy one.
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He says it's a Korean thing.
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I don't buy it.
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Yeah, I don't buy that either.
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So you’ve been on your own and on the run for over a year?
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It speaks.
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I don’t buy it.
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Why is that?
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Because no 15-year-old is equipped to survive on her own.
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I also remember you refusing to believe the explosion was real.
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Go back to acting school, buddy.
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You're way overselling the pain here.
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No one's buying it!

buyverb

  • ja買う、買い物をする
  • ento obtain something through payment; to purchase
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Once people have their hands on something, they’re more likely to purchase it.
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As soon as they feel some sense of ownership of the product,
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they actually value it more once it’s in their possession.
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And this adds a reason to go to the store, even if you’re not planning on buying anything.
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You can go just to play with the new products.
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The longer you keep people in the store, the more likely they are to buy something.
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Now, what is 'Fabutek'?
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Okay.
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Alright, don't judge me too much, okay?
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But I saw this infomercial.
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And I swear to you, I've never ever bought anything on TV before.
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Except for this mop.
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But there was this stuff on leg waxing.
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- It looked so amazing. - Waxine!
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Yes! Have you seen it?
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Oh, it's incredible!
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I so wanna be a Waxine girl!
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I know!
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No one wants to go to a store and have to work at buying something.
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The most valuable asset everybody has is time.
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The one thing you cannot buy is time.
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The one thing you cannot get back is time.
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How much?
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What do you mean?
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I don't see a price.
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You wanna buy it?
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Well, yeah.
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Yeah, we have to have it for the office.
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Amazon buys a lot of companies.
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Usually they're much smaller than Whole Foods, but we buy a bunch of companies every year.
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And I'm always trying to assess—
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When I meet with the entrepreneur who founded the company,
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I'm always trying to figure out one thing, first and foremost.
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Is that person a missionary or a mercenary?
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How come Richard's selling the place?
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Went bankrupt?
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Medical malpractice?
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Choked on his own mustache?
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Actually, he's buying a much bigger place.
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It's got a great view of Central Park—
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That's enough out of you.
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Well, Samsung, obviously, they sell you your telephone. Everyone knows about that.
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But you can also buy stocks and shares through Samsung Securities.
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Samsung sold military hardware through a company called Samsung Techwin.
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- Little tanks and artillery. - Yeah.
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There’s construction. You can buy Samsung apartments.
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What's happening with you?
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Oh, well, actually, we were just talking about me not going to Ross' wedding.
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Just might be too hard, given the history and all that.
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Wow, this reminds me of the time when I was living on the street
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and this guy offered to buy me food if I slept with him.
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How is this like that?
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Well, let's see, it's not really like that,
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because, you see, that was an actual problem.
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And yours is just like a bunch of high school crap that nobody really gives—
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Well, I'm sorry, I guess I just thought—
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Alright, here come the waterworks.
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Most of the cars sold in China still run on gasoline.
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The country has a long way to go before it's fully electric.
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But it now buys and sells more electric vehicles, or EVs, than the rest of the world combined.
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But China also has something most Western countries don't:
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A government with the power to subsidize big bets that would be too risky in a more free market economy.
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I hope you like sleeping in a bed with a thousand pillows.
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Well, I hope you like sharing my 1 gray towel.
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Was it gray when you bought it?
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I didn't buy it.
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It was in the apartment when I moved in.
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And would you ever, if CNN were to become available
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in the negotiations with the Justice Department about the AT&T Time Warner thing,
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would you ever consider buying CNN?
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No, we couldn’t. We wouldn’t be allowed to and we shouldn’t be allowed to, so absolutely not.
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Ooh, it's a pencil cup.
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Oh, no, no, no.
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That's my pencil cup.
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I don't think so. I just bought it.
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Uh, I think so.
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And you're gonna hand it over to me.
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I love these.
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Okay, fine.
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Where's my wallet?
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Oh, there it is. J-1.