(mǎi) to buy; to purchase

买不起 (w)

(mǎibuqǐ) cannot afford; can't afford buying

买主 (w)

(mǎizhǔ) customer

买价 (w)

(mǎijià) buying price

买到 (w)

(mǎidào) bought

买单 (w)

(mǎidān) to pay the restaurant bill

买回 (w)

(mǎihuí) to buy back; to redeem; repurchase

买好 (w)

(mǎihǎo) to ingratiate oneself

买官 (w)

(mǎiguān) to buy a title; to use wealth to acquire office

买家 (w)

(mǎijiā) buyer; client

买帐 (w)

(mǎizhàng) to show respect (for sb)

买房 (w)

(mǎifáng) to buy a house

买断 (w)

(mǎiduàn) to buy out; buyout; severance

买方 (w)

(mǎifāng) buyer (in contracts)

买方市场 (w)

(mǎifāngshìchǎng) buyer's market

买春 (w)

(mǎichūn) to buy wine or drinks

买东西 (w)

(mǎidōngxi) to go shopping

买椟还珠 (w)

(mǎidúhuánzhū) to buy a wooden box and return the pearls inside; to show poor judgement (idiom)

买空卖空 (w)

(mǎikōngmàikōng) to buy and sell short (i.e. without paying cash); to speculate

买笑追欢 (w)

(mǎixiàozhuīhuān) lit. to buy smiles to seek happiness; abandon oneself to the pleasures of the flesh (idiom)

买卖 (w)

(mǎimài) buying and selling; business; business transactions; CL:樁|桩[zhuang1],次[ci4]

买账 (w)

(mǎizhàng) to acknowledge sb as senior or superior (often in negative); to accept (a version of events); to buy it (slang)

买通 (w)

(mǎitōng) to bribe

买进 (w)

(mǎijìn) to purchase; to buy in (goods)

买面子 (w)

(mǎimiànzi) to allow sb to save face; to defer to

买餸 (w)

(mǎisòng) to buy groceries (Cantonese)