Afford - definition, pronunciation, transcription
I can't afford to spend two hours with this person
Our meeting afforded much interesting information
We can't afford to send our children to college
Can you afford this car?
We were too poor to afford a doctor.
He'll be able to afford a house next year.
Don't spend more than you can afford.
They couldn't afford new coats for the children.
We can afford waiting a while longer.
All of the rooms afford views of the lake.
He was afforded the opportunity to work for a judge.
I can't afford it.
I cannot afford the time.
She could not afford to pay.
The district affords minerals.
The hills afford a fine view.
I cannot afford it at so little price.
The room affords a beautiful view over the city.
It afforded her the opportunity to improve her tennis skills.
present participle: affording
past tense: afforded
past participle: afforded