View definitions for purchase
noun as in possession obtained with money
While comforters may seem relatively light, you should factor the extra weight into your blanket purchase.
Metro board member Michael Goldman suggested Thursday that Metro pause on the scheduled purchase of 100 buses and redeploy that money to Metro’s platform project.
On the style front, TikTok already ran a livestreamed video shopping pilot with Walmart that used influencers to drive purchases, demonstrating the potential in connecting video inspiration to consumer action in an even more timely fashion.
For now, companies have only our behavior — our likes, our clicks, our purchase histories — to build eerily accurate profiles of us.
For now, companies have only our behavior — our likes, our clicks, our purchase histories — to build eerily accurate profiles of us and estimate what we’ll do next.
They were able to purchase weapons and plot attacks on the island without much interference.
When my husband and I asked to see the report, we were told we could purchase the report for $30,000 from the defense.
Which is why in 1961, the distillery finally decided to purchase the estate and its adjoining home.
Whereas other brands purchase their barrels from big producers more or less off the rack, The Macallan starts in the forest.
Customers can purchase cold beer at full price or warm bottles of beer at retail prices to take home.
People have not only ceased to purchase those old-fashioned things called books, but even to read them!
From affluence he came to want, and in his old age a fund was raised sufficient to purchase him an annuity of £600 a year.
If this is not done, some person who afterward wished to purchase the land might object because the recorded title was defective.
So the courts abandoned the rule founded on the part payment of the purchase price.
Nor can he sell the property to himself, nor authorize any other person to bid and purchase for him either directly or indirectly.
On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to purchase, such as: acquisition, asset, investment, acquirement, bargain, and booty.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.