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repurchase

Line breaks: re|pur¦chase
Pronunciation: /riːˈpəːtʃɪs
 
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Definition of repurchase in English:

verb

[with object]
Buy (something) back: firms have been able to repurchase their shares since 1981
More example sentences
  • The client sold the stock Dec.10 for $25 and repurchased identical shares in the open market within 30 days for $25.
  • In January 2001, Peterman repurchased the rights to his trademark and mailing list.
  • It later repurchased the securities, and in doing so, tried to classify the sale and repurchase as a simple repurchase.

noun

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The action of buying something back: [as modifier]: the repurchase price a phased repurchase of properties
More example sentences
  • This means that only affective commitment was a full mediator of the brand satisfaction repurchase intentions relationship for this retail service brand.
  • The study found that, in two retail service brand settings, the two components of commitment fully mediate the relationship between brand satisfaction and both repurchase intentions and advocacy intentions.
  • Although the evidence is mixed, some prior research has shown that liquidity is associated with repurchase plan adoption.

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