Afford (verb)

  1. Be able to pay for or bear the cost of (something).
  2. Have enough money to pay for (something).
  3. Have the means to do something.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french aford, from a- (from latin ad "to, at") + ford "ability", from old english geforan "to be able".

Examples:

  1. I can't afford a new car.
  2. She can't afford to go to college.
  3. I can afford to pay for the meal.
  4. The company can't afford to lose any more customers.
  5. I can't afford to waste any more time.
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