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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
purchase /'pθ:tʃəs/
  • danh từ
    • sự mua, sự tậu được; vật mua được, vật tậu được
    • thu hoạch hằng năm, hoa lợi hằng năm, lợi tức hằng năm (của đất đai...)
      • the land is sold at 20 year's purchase: miếng đất được bán đi với giá bằng hai mươi năm hoa lợi
      • his life is not worth a day's purchase: (nghĩa bóng) anh ta chẳng chắc đã sống thêm được một ngày
    • (pháp lý) sự tậu được (chứ không phải do hưởng thừa kế)
    • điểm tựa, chỗ dựa vào, chỗ bám vào
    • lực bẩy, lực đòn bẩy
    • (hàng hải) dụng cụ để kéo lên, dụng cụ bẩy lên; đòn bẩy; dây chão; ròng rọc, palăng
    • ngoại động từ
      • mua, tậu
      • giành được (bằng sự hy sinh, bằng lao động gian khổ...)
        • to purchase freedom with one's blood: giành được tự do bằng xương máu
      • (pháp lý) tậu được (chứ không phải được hưởng thừa kế)
      • (hàng hải) kéo (neo) lên bằng ròng rọc; bẩy lên bằng đòn bẩy
    Concise Dictionary
    purchases|purchased|purchasing'pɜrtʃɪs /'pɜː-
    +the acquisition of something for payment
    +something acquired by purchase
    +a means of exerting influence or gaining advantage
    +the mechanical advantage gained by being in a position to use a lever
    +obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 buy, acquire, procure, obtain, get, secure, pay for:
    He recently purchased a new personal computer and cannot get it to work. Not long ago, a shilling purchased a loaf of bread
    2 win, gain, achieve, realize, attain, obtain:
    His liberty was purchased by the betrayal of his colleagues.
    3 acquisition, acquiring, buying, purchasing, obtaining, securing, procurement:
    The purchase of books for the university library is the responsibility of Monica Turnbull
    4 buy, acquisition:
    Tom returned from the shop carrying his purchases.
    5 grip, hold, support, toe-hold, foothold, grasp; leverage, position, advantage, edge:
    The climber was having trouble getting a good purchase on the icy ledge.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun (formal or written)
    1 [U, C] the act or process or buying sth: to make a purchase (= buy sth) + Keep your receipt as proof of purchase. + The company has just announced its £27 million purchase of Park Hotel.
    See also - HIRE PURCHASE
    2 [C] something that you have bought: major purchases, such as a new car + If you are not satisfied with your purchase we will give you a full refund.
    3 [U, sing.] (technical) a firm hold on sth with the hands or feet, for example when you are climbing: She tried to get a purchase on the slippery rock.
    + verb [VN] ~ sth (from sb) (formal or written) to buy sth: The equipment can be purchased from your local supplier. + They purchased the land for $1 million. + Please ensure that you purchase your ticket in advance. + (figurative) Victory was purchased (= achieved) at too great a price.
    Collocation Dictionary

    1 buying sth


    cash | credit | online | bulk
    the bulk purchase of paper
    | outright
    Companies are moving away from outright purchase of company cars to contract hire.
    | compulsory
    The council applied for a compulsory purchase order on the the tennis courts.
    | arms, house, land, share


    price | tax | order


    the cost of purchase
    You can resell books and cut the original cost of purchase.
    | the date/time of purchase
    I did not notice the defects at the time of purchase.
    | the place/point of purchase
    Ticket holders should return to the point of purchase for a refund.
    | proof of purchase
    Keep your receipt as proof of purchase.

    2 sth bought


    excellent, good | expensive


    some ways to encourage customers to make a purchase
    | pay for



    The land was compulsorily purchased from the owner to make way for the new road.


    agree to, be willing to | wish to | can/cannot afford to


    They purchased the land for $1 million.
    | from
    They purchased the house from an elderly couple.

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