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afford to have enough money to buy; be able to pay for. [1/3 definitions]
bazaar an outdoor street market made up of rows of little shops or stalls where people buy and sell things. [1/2 definitions]
bought past tense and past participle of buy.
boycott to refuse to buy, use, or go to, in order to make a protest or bring about a change. [1/2 definitions]
capitalism an economic system in which land, factories, and other resources are owned by individuals instead of the government. In this system, the prices of things we buy are decided by the people who sell them and not by the government.
credit the right to buy things at the present time and not pay until later. Having credit often depends on one's reputation for paying one's debt. [1/7 definitions]
credit card a card from a bank or store that lets a person buy things and pay for them later.
dealer a person whose job is to buy and sell. [1/2 definitions]
expense money needed to buy or do something; cost. [1/2 definitions]
hotel a place with many rooms and beds where people pay money to sleep, eat meals, or buy other services.
lottery a game of chance in which people buy or are given tickets with numbers on them and the winning number is chosen at random.
market to buy in a market; shop. [1/4 definitions]
marketing advertising and other activities involved in getting people to buy a product or service from a company.
money the coins or paper notes of a country used to buy things or pay for services.
mortgage a written agreement by which a bank or other institution agrees to lend money so that one can buy a property. The bank holds a claim to this property until the money is paid back.
price the sum of money needed to buy an item or service. [1/5 definitions]
purchase to get by paying money for; buy. [1/3 definitions]
sell to cause or influence to buy. [1/5 definitions]
shop to buy or look at the things in stores or shops. [1/4 definitions]
stand a counter, stall, or movable shop where customers can walk up and buy things. A stand is usually outdoors. [1/16 definitions]
trade to buy and sell. [1/4 definitions]