acquisition
noun
1 thing you have obtained
ADJECTIVE
latest, new, recent
2 act of obtaining sth
ADJECTIVE
data, language, property

Language acquisition begins in the first months of a baby's life.

VERB + ACQUISITION
make
3 company bought by another company; act of buying a company
ADJECTIVE
big, major, substantial
small
strategic
possible, proposed
VERB + ACQUISITION
complete, make

The company has just made another acquisition.


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  • ACQUISITION — (Heb. קִנְיָן; kinyan) the act whereby a person voluntarily obtains legal rights. In Jewish law almost all kinds of rights, whether proprietary (jus in rem) or contractual (jus in personam; see obligations ), can be voluntarily acquired only by… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • acquisition — ac·qui·si·tion /ˌa kwə zi shən/ n 1: the act or action of acquiring; specif: the obtaining of controlling interest in a company compare merger, takeover 2: a thing gained or acquired …   Law dictionary

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