Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Buy"

The meaning of "Buy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does solid buy mean?
A: hi I forgot to say that 'solid' is slang for 'good'. It's quite a masculine and working class thing to say but also it's probably quite 'current' and may not be used by English speakers in a few years' time. You can use it with friends, family and co-workers informally.
Q: What does bought mean?
A: bought é o passado do verbo "to buy" = comprar
Q: What does I'm not buying it. mean?
A: I don't believe it/you
Q: What does register(when i buy a coffee) mean?
A: The register is the computer/machine where you pay your bill.
Q: What does I'm buying. mean?
A: 私が払いは持ちます

Example sentences using "Buy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with buy into .
A: Buy into usually means accept the truth of something, believe, but is usually negative. (Not buy into…)

You don’t expect me to buy into the idea that this guy is innocent.
I didn’t buy into the idea that this was a good investment, so I told John I wasn’t interested.

Q: Please show me example sentences with of


by


buy.
A: 'The book was written *by* her'

'Did you *buy* the book?'
Q: Please show me example sentences with bought.
A: bought é o passado de Buy que quer dizer comprar.

I bought some ice cream.

Last week, I bought a new car.

She bought a dress for your mother.

They bought many things in the market.

Q: Please show me example sentences with "buy into"(It means "agree with").
A: "I can't believe she would buy into my lie so easily"
"Ha, there's no way I'm buying into that"
"He'll never buy into that, it's bogus!"

These are just a few examples, but the main thing you should remember when using this phrase is that it generally only deals with lies. You shouldn't use it when talking about neutral topics. Here's an example of a sentence where you should NOT use the phrase.

Person one: It is very hot out.
Person two: Yes, I'll buy into that.

Although "buy into" means to agree, it should not be used in a manner like this. The phrase only deals with deception. Instead, the conversation should go like this:

Person one: It is very hot out.
Person two: Yeah, definitely.

I hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with Why, buy.
A: Why did you do that?
What did you buy from the store?

Synonyms of "Buy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between i must buy one and i should buy one ?
A: Should- You don't need it, but it's better if you have one
Must - you know that you must buy something.
Q: What is the difference between buy and by? ?
A: "buy" means to make a purchase, while by is usually put before the name of an author, to tell you who wrote the book.
Q: What is the difference between I will buy it. and I'm going to buy it. ?
A: The first sentence is shorter than the second. They have the same meaning
Q: What is the difference between buy and purchase ?
A: Buying is used most often. For everyday shopping (food, clothes, objects..)
Purchase is considered to be a more formal word than buy. Purchasing is used for things like contracts and big products
For example: "I purchased a piece of land"
You'll hear "buy" more than "purchase" i think? Nowadays they are considered as synonyms.
Q: What is the difference between buy and purchase ?
A: They are used the same :)

Translations of "Buy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bought
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 自己住或者是因工作太忙儿没时间照顾孩子的人可以买我的发明(I think__________would buy my invention)
A: People who live on their own or who do not have time to take care of their children because they are too busy can buy my invention
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bought
A: I think you meant pronunciation. Hope this helps.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? bought
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm wondering that buy the new macbook pro.
A:
--> "I'm thinking about whether to buy the new MacBook Pro (or not)."
--> "I'm thinking about whether (or not) to buy the new MacBook Pro."

~うか迷っています = I'm thinking/wondering about whether to ~ (or not)

Other questions about "Buy"

Q: You buy it? Does this sound natural?
A: "Do you buy it ?"

"Would you buy it ?"

Q: I should get myself a cape.에서 get의 뜻이 뭔가요? buy or get dressed?
A: 얻는다는 의미
이 경우는 buy
Q: I have come for buy a pen, where is selling? Does this sound natural?
A: I have come to buy a pen. Where can I find them?
Q: A「I bought the present for my friend.」
B「Sounds good.」
A「でしょ?」

それいいね!と言われた後に、でしょ?と返したいのですが、なんと言ったらいいか教えてください。
A: I would translate でしょ as "I know right" or "yep".
In your case, I don't think there's any need to reply, but if you want to, maybe "yep" with a smiley face or something is better here?
Q: when we buy some things,we can not say i want...
because its impolite,right?
So, how to say?
A: I would like...
Could I have...
May I have...

"I want..." can sound impolite, but that depends on the situation you are in.

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