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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: buy in|
|Granted, change can be painful. When it damages careers, emotions such as grief, anger, and depression come naturally, making it hard for people to "buy in" and be productive.|
|Spanish translation:aceptar la situación|
En este caso yo creo que podría traducirse por "aceptar la situación". Supongo que está hablando de cambios en una empresa, difíciles de encajar por el personal.
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buy in verb
1. intransitive verb pay to take part in something: to pay in order to take part in or have a share of something
2. intransitive verb buy stock in company: to buy stock in a company as the controlling interest
3. transitive verb withdraw item from auction: to withdraw an item from sale at an auction because it has failed to reach its upset price
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