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buy at

To purchase something for a particular price. I think we'll be able to buy these stocks at a better price if we wait a bit longer. My goal is to buy at 20 and sell at 25.
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buy something at something

 
1. to purchase something at a particular place or at a particular type of sale, such as a store, an auction, a clearance sale, etc. I bought this table at an auction. This was bought at an auction.
2. to purchase something at a particular price or for a particular level of price. I bought shares in General Motors at forty and a half. The shares were bought at a good price.
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To avoid buying at a premium and selling at a discount, investors with big portfolios have to execute their orders slowly, which can be very frustrating sometimes.
Any group of people who wish to purchase produce together for the purpose of buying at wholesale prices can form a buying club.
Black booksellers like Emma Rodgers, co-owner of Black Images Book Bazaar in Dallas, Texas, are among those discovering the benefits of buying at such shows.