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To buy something

shout

verb

to offer to buy something for someone, especially food or drink

buy

verb

to get something by paying money for it

get

verb

to buy something

purchase

verb

to buy something

invest in

to buy something, especially something that you need and will use a lot

buy up

to buy large amounts of something or all of it that is available

import

verb

to buy a product from another country and bring it to your country

place

verb

if you place an order, you ask a company to sell you something and send it to you

get in

to buy or collect things that you need

snap up

to buy something as soon as it becomes available

solutionism

the belief that every problem has a solution based in technology

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chicken raffle

any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat

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