procure (something) from (someone)(redirected from procuring something from)
procure (something) from (someone)
To seek something out that someone else possesses or has access to and obtain it from them, especially when it requires a special effort to do so. I've been trying to procure tickets to the concert from my brother-in-law. Did you manage to procure that dossier from the president's assistant?
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- get (something) for (someone or something)
- sacrifice (someone or something) for (someone or something else)
- sacrifice for
- bargain for (someone or something) with (someone)
- make a dead set at
- make a dead set at (someone or something)
- the jewel in (someone's or something's) crown
- the jewel in someone's/something's crown
- (Someone or something) called, they want their (something) back!