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.
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
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.