Last modified on 21 April 2014, at 18:08

buy into

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EtymologyEdit

buy + into

VerbEdit

buy into (third-person singular simple present buys into, present participle buying into, simple past and past participle bought into)

  1. (idiomatic) believe; accept a craze or fad for valid.
    I don't buy into all this propaganda.
  2. (finance) To buy stocks or shares of (a business).
    We bought into a local electrical firm.

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(accept as valid):

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