自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 买；购买 If you buy something, you obtain it by paying money for it.
He could not afford to buy a house...
They can now be bought fresh in supermarkets...
VERB 买到；能买；够买 If you talk about the quantity or standard of goods an amount of money buys, you are referring to the price of the goods or the value of the money.
About £35,000 buys a habitable house...
If the pound's value is high, British investors will spend their money abroad because the pound will buy them more.
VERB （争取或付出一定代价以）获得，赢得 If you buy something like time, freedom, or victory, you obtain it but only by offering or giving up something in return.
It was a risky operation, but might buy more time...
For them, affluence was bought at the price of less freedom in their work environment.
VERB 收买；贿赂 If you say that a person can be bought, you are criticizing the fact that they will give their help or loyalty to someone in return for money.
Once he shows he can be bought, they settle down to a regular payment.
VERB 相信；接受 If you buy an idea or a theory, you believe and accept it.
I'm not buying any of that nonsense.
N-COUNT 划算的东西；性价比高的商品 If something is a good buy, it is of good quality and not very expensive.
This was still a good buy even at the higher price...
S & G offers great buys on computer software. S & G