Definition of purchase in English:
- Just visit your local outdoor shop and purchase a good set of waterproofs that blend in with the countryside.
- She said offers had been received and they would like to see the property being purchased by locals.
- Do you accept that some interest assigned to that part of the loan which went to purchasing the investment property is deductible?
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- However renovation work would use up all the council's funds and that upset 13 councillors from across the political spectrum who wanted to block the purchase.
- The object of the purchase was that the Block should be converted into residential flats which would then be sold on.
- From vending machine purchases to Morale, Welfare and Recreation tickets, any cash purchase aboard ship will require a Navy Cash Card.
- Climbing aboard, they stow their purchases within the truck's cabin, where they will lie protected from wind and possible rain.
- They had a light lunch on board the ship, after stowing their purchases.
- As you enter the home straight, you must be able to stow the purchases away within three minutes of entering and disposing of carrier bags where they will not be found.
- The Madam Justice dealt with an appeal in which the construction of an agreement of purchase and sale of real property was in issue.
- This case concerned a contract for the sale and purchase of a property in London, the title to which was registered.
- Simply put, can the commission clause in the agreement of purchase and sale amend the commission rate stipulated in the listing agreement?
- Such wider knowledge is firmer purchase on the worldly things and neighbors God has given us to honor and conserve.
- It didn't come in his lifetime; a catalyst and a visionary, he seemed to be moving too fast to gain purchase on his value system.
- It took him a few more moments to figure out how to gain purchase on the surface with his feet, but as soon as he had that, he was off!
Middle English: from Old French pourchacier 'seek to obtain or bring about', the earliest sense also in English, which soon gave rise to the senses 'gain' (hence, in nautical use, the notion of “gaining” one portion of rope after another) and 'buy'.
- Example sentences
- You or I could probably do it ourselves out in the garage with a few common implements and supplies purchasable at the local Home Depot!
- The bottom line is as long as health care is a purchasable commodity, women will not be getting the care they need.
- A market for purchasable goods, services or commodities will function very differently from a market for events.