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かいものkaimonoかいもんkaimonかいもんkaimon

noun:

  • shopping; purchased goods - 買いもん is col.

1日おきにokini買い物kaimononi行くiku I go shopping every other day.

かうkau Inflection

godan ~う verb / transitive:

  • to buy; to purchase - in western Japan, 買う conjugates euphonically as こうた, こうて, etc.
  • to value; to have a high opinion
  • to stir; to provoke; to draw upon oneself

学食gakushokuni飽きたakitaときtokiha、ベルファ,BERUFUAde買うkaumoよしyoshiファミレスFUAMIRESUde食べるtaberumoよしyoshi When you're fed up with the school cafe you can buy something at Bellfa or eat at a family restaurant.

ばいしゅうbaishuu Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • acquisition (esp. corporate); buy-out; takeover; purchase
  • bribery; buying off; corruption

投資toushikaグループGURUUPUha企業kigyou買収baishuuwo企てていますkuwadateteimasu An investors' group is attempting a leveraged buy-out of the firm.

彼らkarerahaそのsono証人shouninwo買収baishuuしようとしたshiyoutoshitagaだめdameだったdatta They attempted in vain to bribe the witness.

かいkai

noun:

  • buying; shopping
  • buyer
  • purchase

今週konshuuからkaraプール開きPUURUbirakine」「そっかーsokka-じゃあjaa水着mizugi買いkaini行かikaなきゃnakya "It's pool-season from this week, isn't it?" "Oh yes. I've gotta go and buy a swimming suit, then."

かいとりkaitori Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • purchase; buying; buying out

noun / ~する noun / transitive:

  • buying used articles as a company; trade-in; buy back

noun / ~する noun:

  • purchase on a no-return policy

noun:

  • lump-sum payment; flat fee
かいしめkaishime

noun:

  • buying up of goods; cornering (market)
かいつけkaitsuke

noun:

  • buying; purchasing

chichinoしごとshigotoha羊毛youmouno買い付けkaitsukeですdesu My father's work is to buy wool.

かいしめるkaishimeru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to buy up
かいてkaite

noun:

  • buyer

あのanoiehaまだmada買い手kaitegaつかないtsukanai They still haven't found a buyer for that house.

かいあげkaiage

noun:

そのsono女性joseiha断固dankoとしてtoshite我々warewareha値下げnesagewoshiませmasento言っita。「びた一文bitaichimonたりtaritomoですdesuさぁsaao買い上げkaiage頂けitadakeないnainoでしdeshiたらtaraそのsonoスーツSUUTSUwo脱いnuide下さいkudasai。」 "We don't give discounts," the woman said sternly. "Regardless how small. Now, please take off the suit if you can't afford it."

かいいれkaiireirr.

noun:

  • buying; purchasing; laying in
かいもどしkaimodoshi

noun:

  • repurchase; redemption
かいだしkaidashi

noun:

  • going out to shop; going shopping
  • buying in quantity; buying wholesale; bulk purchasing
かいびかえkaibikae

noun:

  • restrained buying
かいどくkaidoku

noun / ~の noun:

  • bargain; good buy
かいいれるkaiireru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to purchase; to buy in
かいかぶるkaikaburu Inflection

godan ~る verb / transitive:

  • to overestimate; to make too much of
かいささえkaisasae

noun:

  • buying support

日銀nichiginha推定suitei10億ドルDORUnoドルDORU買い支えkaisasaewo東京toukyou市場shijoude行っokonataものmonoto考えkangaeられrareteいるiru The Bank of Japan is considered to have conducted a support buying of an estimated $1 billion on the Tokyo foreign exchange market.

かいてしじょうkaiteshijou

noun:

  • a buyer's market

買い手市場kaiteshijouとはtohaものmonoga豊富houfude買い手kaiteha広いhiroi選択sentaku範囲han'iwo持ちmochiかつkatsu価格kakakuga低いhikui市場shijouというtoiuことkotoであるdearu A buyers' market is a market in which goods are plentiful, buyers have a wide range of choices, and prices are low.

かいかたkaikata

noun:

切符kippuno買い方kaikatagaわかりwakariませmasen I don't know how to buy a ticket.

かいもとめるkaimotomeru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to buy
かいこむkaikomu Inflection

godan ~む verb / transitive:

  • to buy up; to lay in a stock; to stock up; to buy a lot
かいとるkaitoru Inflection

godan ~る verb / transitive:

  • to buy; to purchase
かいあげるkaiageru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to buy (of a government, public agency, etc. from a private citizen); to purchase
  • to buy up (all of something)
かいもどすkaimodosu Inflection

godan ~す verb / transitive:

  • to buy back; to redeem

それsorewo買い戻すkaimodosuのにnoniポンドPONDOかかったkakatta It cost him five pounds to buy it back.

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