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買収, ばいしゅう

  • baishū


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • acquisition (esp. corporate)
  • buy-out
  • takeover
  • purchase


  • corruption
  • bribery

Examples of 買収,ばいしゅう in a Sentence

GE announced the acquisition of the Lake company for $30 million.
They attempted in vain to bribe the witness.
You cannot buy that judge.
Every man has his price.
Voters must not be corrupted.
Some officials may have been corrupted.
An investors' group is attempting a leveraged buy-out of the firm.

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