–verb (used with object) 1.to
acquire the possession of, or the right to, by paying or promising to pay an equivalent, esp. in money; purchase. 2.to
acquire by exchange or concession: to buy favor with flattery. 3.to
hire or obtain the services of: The Yankees bought a new center fielder. 4.to
bribe: Most public officials cannot be bought. 5.to
be the monetary or purchasing equivalent of: Ten dollars buys less than it used to.
6.Chiefly Theology. to redeem; ransom.
7.Cards. to draw or be dealt (a card): He bought an ace.
accept or believe: I don't buy that explanation. b.to
be deceived by: He bought the whole story.