There are 2 main translations of buy in British English in Spanish:

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buy in (British English)

  • 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1
    (food/supplies/fuel) (para abastecerse)
    1.2 (at auction)
    (el mismo vendedor)
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There are 2 main translations of buy in British English in Spanish:

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buy-in

noun

  • 1 (of own stock)
    de acciones propias
    Example sentences
    • The share buy-in has been financed partly out of the company's own cash resources and the balance by recourse to bank facilities provided by a syndicate of banks arranged by a bank in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.A.
    • If a company changes its Articles of Association to allow a buy-in of its own shares this should not change our fundamental approach regarding the discount for lack of marketability.
    • Finally, a popular means of extracting funds tax efficiently is by way of a company buy-in of its own shares.
  • 2 (of strategic stake)
    compra (feminine) de acciones
    (por gerentes de otras compañías)
    Example sentences
    • The bank provided the finance for what ranked as the biggest management buy-in in the country last year.
    • Private equity investments encompass everything from the funding of new companies - the early expansion capital - to management buy-in and buy-out transactions for established companies.
    • A management buy-in is a similarly-structured deal, but the professional owner-managers are brought in from outside the company being sold.

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