To buy out

Definition of To buy out

To buy off, or detach from.
To purchase the share or shares of in a stock, fund, or partnership, by which the seller is separated from the company, and the purchaser takes his place; as, A buys out B.
- Shak.
To purchase the entire stock in trade and the good will of a business.

See also: Buy Buy Buy

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to bum around
To bundle off
To bundle one's self up
To bundle up
To bung up
To burn
To burn a bowl
To burn a card
To burn daylight
To burn in effigy
To burn one's fingers
To burn out
To burn the midnight oil
To burn up
To bury the hatchet
To buy again
To buy gapeseed
To buy in
To buy off
To buy on credit
-To buy out-
To buy the refusal
To call (any one) names
To call a bond
To call a party
To call back
To call down
To call for
To call forth
To call in
To call names
To call off
To call on
To call out
To call over
To call the roll
To call to account
To call to mind
To call to order
To call to the bar
To call up
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