by / buy / bye

by / buy / bye
   By is a preposition meaning "next to": Park the car by the house.
   Buy means "purchase": Grandpa buys an ice cream cone every Sunday afternoon.
   Bye means "farewell or good-bye": Bye, now; I'll see you later.

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