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afford

verb   /əˈfɔːd/
can/can’t afford (to do) something
B1 to have/not have enough money to buy something or enough time to do something poder/no poder permitirse (hacer) algo Can we afford a new car? I can’t afford to wait.
(Definition of afford from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

afford

verb /əˈfoːd/
(usually with can, could) to be able to spend money, time etc on or for something permitirse, darse el gusto de I can’t afford (to buy) a new car.
(usually with can, could) to be able to do (something) without causing oneself trouble, difficulty etc permitirse She can’t afford to be rude to her employer in case she gets fired.
affordable adjective
Asequible affordable housing.
(Definition of afford from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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