Definition of 'buy off'
Example sentences containing 'buy off'
Every man has his price, and there were enough diamonds in there left over from the last Taiwan airlift to buy off even a madman.A DAYSTAR OF FEAR
I don't think there's anything he wouldn't buy off me now.BLOOD IS DIRT (2002) SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
Definition of buy off from the Collins English Dictionary
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