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  • In so doing, it gradually acquired the more modern name of natural science.
  • He was nevertheless popular and acquired many very close friends in the chamber.
  • The actual amount of land acquired in most cases is much smaller.
  • A door is featured in the coat-of-arms the family acquired.
  • Small groups worked together to acquire food and to provide for their families.
  • The facilities also include a museum, which houses the works acquired by the Foundation.
  • It acquired popularity beyond Germany during the second half of the 19th century.
  • They hoped government would help them acquire land which they would work.
  • In this way, after a few years, he acquired most of the modern languages of Europe.
  • To protect water quality, the city acquired much of the property around the lakes.
  • Guns may be acquired for self-defense, hunting or sports activities only.
  • Over the years the park has been growing slowly as the government acquires more land.
  • Additionally, they began to arm themselves with guns acquired through trade at the cape.
  • It did not acquire the strong association with county until later.
  • Players also acquire human capital as they become more powerful.
  • A number of small patrol boats have been acquired or ordered from France.
  • One of the best ways to acquire knowledge about the culture is through experiences.
  • They sell out their shows regularly and have acquired a cult following of their own.
  • They later acquired the rights to this software.
  • A county with more than two million residents can acquire a status equal to a special municipality.
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Meaning of acquire

  • verb Locate (a moving entity) by means of a tracking system such as radar
  • verb Win something through one's efforts
    I acquired a passing knowledge of Chinese, Gain an understanding of international finance