Buy-in definition

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Support; agreement; approval; blessing (in a secular sense).

Let's show the idea around and get buy-in from marketing.

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The definition of a buy-in is an agreement to do something, even though the person agreeing didn't have anything to do with the project beforehand.

An example of a buy-in is a person agreeing to the design of a controversial product after all the details have been finalized.

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(poker) A tournament where a player must purchase all of his or her chips before the tournament starts.
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(poker) The amount that a player buys in for.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
buy-in
Plural:
buy-ins