Ac qui si tion k w z sh n n 1 the act of acquiring 2 something acquired or gained added two new acquisitions to my library middle english adquisicioun. Through the acquisition services directorate the interior business center provides acquisition life cycle management services in a fully electronic environment to a. Iae seeks to engage fbo gov users gsa s integrated award environment office iae is continuing to engage and have thoughtful dialogue with our system users. Definition of acquisition in british and world english in oxford dictionary meaning pronunciation and example sentences english to english reference content. Definition of acquisition a corporate action in which a company buys most if not all of the target company s ownership stakes in order to assume control of the.
ac·qui·si·tion (k w-z sh n) n. 1. The act of acquiring. 2. Something acquired or gained: added two new acquisitions to my library. [Middle English adquisicioun ...
Through the Acquisition Services Directorate, the Interior Business Center provides acquisition life cycle management services in a fully electronic environment to a ...
IAE Seeks to Engage FBO.gov Users. GSA’s Integrated Award Environment Office (IAE) is continuing to engage and have thoughtful dialogue with our system users.
Definition of acquisition in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
DEFINITION of 'Acquisition' A corporate action in which a company buys most, if not all, of the target company's ownership stakes in order to assume control of the ...
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