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The example sentences of ACQUIRE in videos (15 in total of 248)

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Use "acquire" in a sentence | "acquire" example sentences

How to use "acquire" in a sentence?

  • By giving away food we get more strength. By bestowing clothing on others we gain more beauty. By donating abodes of purity and truth we acquire great treasures.
    -Gautama Buddha-
  • The best friend will probably acquire the best wife, because a good marriage is founded on the talent for friendship.
    -Friedrich Nietzsche-
  • Happiness is not something you acquire; love is not something you produce; love is not something you have; love is something that has you.
    -Anthony de Mello-
  • The golden gate to peace in life is the experience of bliss, and it is easy for everyone to acquire this great glory and live it throughout life.
    -Maharishi Mahesh Yogi-
  • A true friend is the greatest of all blessings, and that which we take the least care of all to acquire.
    -Francois de La Rochefoucauld-
  • Network marketing gives people the opportunity, with very low risk and very low financial commitment, to build their own income-generating asset and acquire great wealth.
    -Robert Kiyosaki-
  • Those who are too idle to read, save for the purpose of amusement, may in these works acquire some acquaintance with history, which, however inaccurate, is better than none.
    -Walter Scott-
  • And who will deny that a world in which the wealthy are powerful is still a better world than one in which only the already powerful can acquire wealth?
    -Friedrich August von Hayek-
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Definition and meaning of ACQUIRE

What does "acquire mean?"

/əˈkwī(ə)r/

acquire

verb
To get or earn something by thinking or working.

What are synonyms of "acquire"?
Some common synonyms of "acquire" are:
  • obtain,
  • get,
  • receive,
  • gain,
  • earn,
  • win,
  • buy,
  • purchase,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/əbˈtān/

obtain
other verb

To get something through your efforts. To be given or to earn something through efforts.

get

/ɡet/

get
noun verb

animal's offspring. To send or bring someone or something home, etc..

/rəˈsēv/

receive
verb

To respond to (e.g. news) in a particular way.

/ɡān/

gain
noun verb

increase in wealth or resources. obtain or secure something wanted.

/ərn/

earn
verb

To get money for work.

win

/win/

win
noun verb

Success in beating the other team or competitors. To get something as a prize because of a success.

buy

/bī/

buy
noun verb

Something you pay for. obtain in exchange for payment.

/ˈpərCHəs/

purchase
noun verb

Strong hold on something; grip. buy.

What are antonyms of "acquire"?
Some common antonyms of "acquire" are:
  • lose,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/lo͞oz/

lose
verb

To be unable to find something you once had.

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