Shoppers admire what they have just bought.
An example of bought is a purchased coat.
- simple past tense and past participle of buy.
- She bought an expensive bag last week.
- People have bought gas masks.
- Our products can be bought at your local store.
It is common to hear native English speakers (particularly in the UK, Australia and New Zealand) using "bought" when meaning "brought" (vice versa) despite the fact that the two words mean different things . Sometimes this mistake makes its way into print.
- (obsolete) A bend; flexure; curve; a hollow angle.
- (obsolete) A bend or hollow in a human or animal body.
- (obsolete) A curve or bend in a river, mountain chain, or other geographical feature.
- (obsolete) The part of a sling that contains the stone.
- (obsolete) A fold, bend, or coil in a tail, snake's body etc.
- He bought a ton of stuff.
- Who bought the orange juice with fur in it?
- Grasso bought a dark blue van on the Internet and the guy delivered it here.
- Deidre bought the lights she'd wanted for years.
- He might have bought it for cash.