This person has acquired some money.
An example of acquire is to receive a large sum of money.
transitive verb-·quired′, -·quir′ing
- to get or gain by one's own efforts or actions: to acquire an education
- to come to have as one's own; get possession of: to acquire certain traits
Origin of acquireClassical Latin acquirere from ad-, to + quaerere, to seek
transitive verbac·quired, ac·quir·ing, ac·quires
- To gain possession of: acquire 100 shares of stock.
- To get by one's own efforts: acquire proficiency in math.
- To gain through experience; come by: acquired a growing dislike of television sitcoms.
- To locate (a target) with an aiming device or a tracking system, such as radar.
Origin of acquireMiddle English acquere from Old French aquerre from Latin acquīrere to add to ad- ad- quaerere to seek, get
(third-person singular simple present acquires, present participle acquiring, simple past and past participle acquired)