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Buy-in

An endorsement from someone, be it your boss, work team, or an investor, when you have successfully persuaded them to accept an idea or proposal. Used in a sentence: “Nicole is excited that she got ‘buy- in’ from the committee to move forward with her event, after she presented projected earnings based on last year’s. Their support means the event has a better chance of crushing it.”

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