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  1. buyer

    • IPA[ˈbʌɪə]

    英式

    • n.
      a person who makes a purchase.;a person employed to select and purchase stock or materials for a large retail or manufacturing business.
    • noun: buyer, plural noun: buyers

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    • ph.
      an economic situation in which goods or shares are plentiful and buyers can keep prices down

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a person employed to select and purchase clothes and accessories for a large retail store to stock: the response from fashion buyers, the press, and the public has been incredible

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a person who buys something on behalf of another person in order to circumvent legal ... straw buyers purchased weapons and passed them on to cartels and criminals

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    • n.
      a person who buys something on behalf of another person in order to circumvent legal ... straw buyers purchased weapons and passed them on to cartels and criminals he fraudulently used straw buyers to obtain mortgages

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a person employed to select and purchase clothes and accessories for a large retail store to stock: the response from fashion buyers, the press, and the public has been incredible

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    • n.
      a person who is able to buy something, especially a property, without needing to take out a ... low mortgage rates, an improving economy, and interest from investors and cash buyers also fueled sales

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    • n.
      a person who is able to buy something, especially a property, without needing to take out a ... cash buyers and buy-to-let investors have done well because they've been able to pick up cheap homes

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    • n.
      a person buying a house or flat who has not previously owned a home and therefore has no ...

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    • IPA[ˈbīər]

    美式

    • n.
      a person who makes a purchase.

    Oxford American Dictionary