n. 收购; 获得; 购得物; （知识等的）习得
If a company or business person makes an acquisition, they buy another company or part of a company.
...the acquisition of a profitable paper recycling company.
...the number of mergers and acquisitions made by Europe's 1,000 leading firms.
If you make an acquisition, you buy or obtain something, often to add to things that you already have.
How did you go about making this marvellous acquisition then?
...the President's recent acquisition of a helicopter.
You can use acquisition to refer to an object that you buy or obtain, often to add to things that you already have.
From her wardrobe Laura took her latest acquisition, a bright red dress.
The acquisition of a skill or a particular type of knowledge is the process of learning it or developing it.
1. the act of contracting or assuming or acquiring possession of something;
2. something acquired;
3. the cognitive process of acquiring skill or knowledge;
4. an ability that has been acquired by training
Citigroup's acquisition , for an undisclosed sum, underlines the continuing consolidation in the global custody industry.
Research mnemonics plays a primary role in knowledge acquisition, especially in language learning.
The financial terms of the acquisition are not being disclosed.
Multispectral imaging techniques providing additional spectral information in common pathological samples are used for image acquisition.
To such a professional body Roger Chillingworth was a bri lliant acquisition.