: to be able to do (something) without having problems or being seriously harmed. : to supply or provide (something needed or wanted) to someone.
[KEY]What is the noun of afford?[/KEY]
Affordable Affordable is the adjective form of the verb afford. If you can afford something, you have enough money to pay for it. Much less commonly, affordable can be used as a noun meaning an item that one can afford.
[KEY]What does it mean when someone says they can’t afford to lose you?[/KEY]
“I can’t afford to lose you” is more common, but I think they are both okay. ” losing you” means that they can’t afford the process of losing that person.
[KEY]What is the opposite of afford?[/KEY]
Opposite of to have enough money to pay for. refuse. reject. take away. deny.
[KEY]What is a antonym for afford?[/KEY]
afford. Antonyms: withhold, deny, withdraw, retain, stint, grudge. Synonyms: produce, supply, give, yield, grant, confer, bestow, impart, administer, extend.
What’s the difference between effort and affort?
As verbs the difference between afford and effort is that afford is to incur, stand, or bear without serious detriment, as an act which might under other circumstances be injurious;—with an auxiliary, as can, could, might, etc; to be able or rich enough while effort is (uncommon|intransitive) to make an effort.
[KEY]Does affordable mean cheap?[/KEY]
If something is affordable, it’s priced reasonably, and you have enough money to buy it. The adjective affordable can either mean “cheap,” or it can imply that even if it’s expensive, you have enough money to easily buy it.
[KEY]Can’t afford meaning in English?[/KEY]
1. verb. If you cannot afford something, you do not have enough money to pay for it.
Is afford transitive or intransitive?
(transitive & intransitive) If you can afford something, you have enough money or resources to buy it or do it. The richer people, who could afford it, built large houses. We cannot afford to put another person on the project.
What does I don’t want to lose you mean?
When I say I don’t want to lose you, it means that I don’t want to lose the effort I’ve put into you and the effort you’ve put into me. I don’t want to lose everything we’ve built as a team. There’s something special about you that keeps you near me.
[KEY]What is the difference between lose and loose?[/KEY]
Loose and lose: These two words cause a lot of confusion and it’s well worth to spend a few minutes to know the difference between the two. Generally, Lose is a verb that means “to fail to win, to misplace.” Loose is an adjective that means “not tight.” We’ll explain the grammar more here.
[KEY]When can I use afford?[/KEY]
1[no passive] (usually used with can, could, or be able to, especially in negative sentences or questions) to have enough money or time to be able to buy or to do something afford something Can we afford a new car? None of them could afford $50 for a ticket. She felt she couldn’t afford any more time off work.
[KEY]What’s the meaning of unaffordable?[/KEY]
: too costly to be paid for : not affordable unaffordable tuition.
Is Unaffordability a word?
The state or condition of being unaffordable.
What’s another word for can t?
Find another word for unable. In this page you can discover 34 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for unable, like: inefficacious, incapable, inefficient, impuissant, able, unable-to, cannot, powerless, ineffective, weak and helpless.
[KEY]What is another word for has been?[/KEY]
What is another word for has been?
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[KEY]What is another word for unaffordable?[/KEY]
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[KEY]What foes purvey mean?[/KEY]
1 : to supply (something, such as provisions) usually as a matter of business. 2 : peddle sense 2.
What is the meaning of effort less?
requiring or involving no effort; displaying no signs of effort; easy: an effortless writing style.
Where did A for effort come from?
We know that letter grades with “A” as the highest attainable grade were first used in the USA in the latter part of the 19th century. The origin of the idiom ‘A for effort’ isn’t attributed to any one person or school; it has been in use since the 1940s.
[KEY]How do you say cheap in a nice way?[/KEY]
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[KEY]What is a positive connotation for cheap?[/KEY]
The denotative meaning of economical and cheap both mean to “save money.” BUT, the connotative meaning of economical is positive. It connotes being careful with one’s money. The connotative meaning of cheap is negative.