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I need to buy some new clothes.
Now you can buy and sell shares on the Internet.
Tickets can be bought at the door.
A lot of people just come into the shop without buying.
I bought a ball from the toy shop.
I said I’d buy his bike off him.
He’s always buying me presents.
Ed’s parents bought that new computer for him.
They offered to buy the car for £1,000.
This dog food is cheaper when you buy it in bulk.
We buy all our software by mail order.
£5 million would buy you a nice house in central London.
the best education money can buy
It’s nice to know that some people can’t be bought.
attempts to buy peace with land
Increased profits would be bought at the expense of paying less attention to quality.
That should buy us another week.
These negotiations are all part of a plan to buy time to win more support.
‘It’s her birthday, but I told her I had to work late.’ ‘She’ll never buy that!’