bought


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bought

 (bôt)
v.
Past tense and past participle of buy. See Note at boughten.
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bought

(bɔːt)
vb
the past tense and past participle of buy
adj
purchased from a shop; not homemade
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bought

(bɔt)

v.
1. pt. and pp. of buy.
adj.
2. South Midland and Southern U.S. store-bought.
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Translations
koupený
købt
ostettu
kupljen
既製の
구입한
köpt
ได้ซื้อ
được mua

buy

(bai) present participle ˈbuying: past tense, past participle bought (boːt) verb
to get (something) by exchanging it for money. He has bought a car.
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bought

مُشْتَرى koupený købt gekauft αγορασμένος comprado ostettu acheté kupljen acquistato 既製の 구입한 gekocht kjøpt kupiony comprado купленный köpt ได้ซื้อ satın alınmış được mua 买来的
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References in classic literature ?
right size for Dolls--Lucinda and Jane Doll-cook always bought their groceries at Ginger and Pickles.
Then Wingrave bought a thousand more by telephone, and it rose again to four.
They either inherited or bought a gallery more or less full of old pictures.
If you ask why Larsan bought the cane, if he had no intention of manufacturing evidence against Darzac by means of it, the answer is quite simple.
Adjoining to this place there ought to be a large square, like that which they call in Thessaly The Square of Freedom, in which nothing is permitted to be bought or sold; into which no mechanic nor husbandman, nor any such person, should be permitted to enter, unless commanded by the magistrates.
"Why, because he has an understanding with the merchants; he's bought them off.
The first day, I would have bought a hundred and fifty of these clocks if I had the money--and I did buy three-- but on the third day the disease had run its course, I had convalesced, and was in the market once more--trying to sell.
"And you sent him the eight you bought!" Saxon broke in.
Tulliver, beseechingly, "and the sugar-tongs the first things ever I bought."
Hitherto the toys I had bought had always been for him, and as we durst not admit this to the saleswoman we were both horribly self-conscious when in the shop.
He decided on the investment, and, after he had cashed the checks at the bank down in Oakland, he bought ten dollars' worth of postage stamps.
I'm nearly as impolite and disagreeable and ill-mannered as these two old Knickerbocker gents on each side of me that can't sleep of nights because I bought in between 'em."