omechar, v.t.buy.
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mecherarv.pf.3s
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milecherarv.pf.3s.past
mecharv.pf.3p.inan.
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milecharv.pf.3p.inan.past
kaiuecharv.recip.engage in transaction of buying and selling; buy things together.
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mocharv.erg.get bought or bribed.
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ocheraolv.a.s.is to be bought.
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ulecharv.r.s.bought.
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See also: ,
Examples:
> If I had money, (then) I'd buy a new car.
> He's bought his car so he's bicycle is now left unused.
> I haven't bought those (things) (yet).
> Water is free (lit., doesn't need to be bought) (so why don't you take a shower?).
> There'll be a money-raising party tomorrow.
Proverbs:
> Buying the heart.
This is the strategy of anticipating the desires and wishes of others. It involves generosity in favors, gift giving, and praise. The art of anticipating the desired response by the question asked is polished. The use of humor to cajole those led is approved. When confronting a group, whether in dance or speech, a smile or pleasant, friendly expression is assumed.
More Examples:
> I'm going to buy clothes.
> I'm going to the store to buy rice and canned meat.
> I need to go buy me some pants for school.
> The sum of all the money that was collected, I was able to buy my house.
> I really like your dress. Where did you buy it?
omechar, v.caus.fill (container) with liquid.
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mecherurv.pf.3s
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milecherurv.pf.3s.past
mecharv.pf.3p.inan.
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mocharv.erg.
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ocheruulv.a.s.is to be filled with liquid.
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ulecharv.r.s.filled with liquid.
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Examples:
> Go to the store and buy us food.
> He went to the store to buy something.
Proverbs:
> Buying the heart.
This is the strategy of anticipating the desires and wishes of others. It involves generosity in favors, gift giving, and praise. The art of anticipating the desired response by the question asked is polished. The use of humor to cajole those led is approved. When confronting a group, whether in dance or speech, a smile or pleasant, friendly expression is assumed.
More Examples:
> I need to go buy me some pants for school.
> We went to buy fish at the market.
> I'm going to buy clothes.
> What are you going to buy?
> I'm going to the store to buy rice and canned meat.

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