Word of the Day (buy-in)-20APR21

Word of the Day (buy-in)-20APR21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is “buy-in and it is a noun meaning “agreement, acceptance of something (an idea/decision) that someone suggests”.

Example Sentence: Transitioning to a low-carbon economy requires social buy-in and a sense that we’re addressing an existential threat through our collective efforts. As long as richer consumers and businesses continue to receive state backing (support) or are not seen to pull their weight, efforts to build a zero-carbon society will be jeopardised (endangered).

Word of the Day (buy-in)-20APR21

This word is present in The Guardian article Britain can’t slash emissions without clamping down on the ‘polluter elite’ and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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