Why 'J'en ai racheté' not 'J'en ai acheté' in the first example?

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John

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6 January 2019

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Why 'J'en ai racheté' not 'J'en ai acheté' in the first example?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Au cas où + Le Conditionnel = In case"

Chris

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6 January 2019

6/01/19

Racheter means "to buy again" or "to buy some more".

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