afford definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to really have the economic opportinity for; bear the price of: incapable of pay for a vehicle.
    • to handle to spare or quit: can not pay for one hour for meal.
    • to handle or keep without disadvantage or risk to yourself: are able becoming tolerant.
    • to offer; provide: a hobby affording good exercise; a tree that affords ample shade.
    • to provide forth; to provide, yield, or create as natural outcome, fruit, or issue
    • to offer, grant, or confer, with a remoter mention of its becoming the normal result; to give; to provide.
    • To offer, offer, or offer, like in attempting to sell, giving, expending, with revenue, or without reduction or also great damage
    • To incur, stand, or bear without severe detriment, as an act that might under various other circumstances be injurious; -- with an auxiliary, as can, could, may well, etc.; to be able or wealthy sufficient.
  • verb:
    • To incur, remain, or bear without really serious detriment, as an act that might under other situations be damaging; -- with an auxiliary, as well as, could, may well, etc.; to help you or rich adequate.
    • to provide, provide, or supply, such as attempting to sell, giving, expending, with revenue, or without reduction or too great injury.
    • To give forth; to provide, yield, or produce because the natural result, good fresh fruit, or issue.
    • to offer, grant, or confer, with a remoter reference to its becoming the all-natural result; to supply; to provide.
    • manage to spare or give-up
    • become cause or source of
    • have the economic methods to do something or buy one thing
    • afford accessibility
  • others:
    • To promote; further; forward; perform; accomplish; attain; control.
    • to offer, yield, produce, or confer upon; yield, furnish, offer, as an effect or an effect, since development, energy, or operation: as, the earth affords whole grain; trade affords revenue; religion affords consolation toward afflicted; the transaction afforded him good revenue; to afford one an agreeable feeling.
    • To manage, have the ability, or possess means (with an infinitive clause); manage to give or bear, spare, or meet with the expense of (with an object-noun): constantly, from the implication of capability, with may or can: since, we are able to afford to offer cheap; he may manage to gratify united states; you'll well afford the expenditure.
    • Synonyms to provide, provide, bestow, communicate, provide, impart.

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