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buy into

Purchase a membership, a share, or an interest in something. For example, I'd love to buy into this partnership, but I can't afford it. [First half of 1600s]
See also: buy

buy into

v.
1. To acquire a stake or interest in something, especially a business or organization: I bought into a risky real estate venture, and fortunately I didn't lose any money.
2. To believe in something, especially wholeheartedly or uncritically: I can't buy into your brand of politics.
See also: buy