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Synonyms for afford

have the money for

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bear

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to make (something) readily available

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be able to spare or give up

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be the cause or source of

afford access to

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Pembrokeshire also falls among the lowest with just a quarter of single earners able to afford a PS160,000 property.
District judge Gwyn Jones told him: "If you can afford cocaine you can afford school uniforms.
This year's decrease in the percentage of Americans reporting a struggle to afford food is a positive sign that the economic recovery now could be reaching those who previously struggled to afford the basics.
I have no option but to accept overtime as without it I can't afford to live.
The nationally representative survey conducted for this study found that one in three (34%) low-income families found it difficult to afford basic household necessities in the past year.
Detectives wasted hours looking at CCTV footage from New England in Peterborough, Cambs, which has a large Asian population, before Afford, 28, admitted making it all up because he and his girlfriend had split.
Many people have said to us, 'How on earth can you afford to keep four homes?
Iwas always taught that if you cannot afford the necessities, do not spend on luxuries.
2 : to be able to pay for <I can't afford a new car.
The real question should be: Can we afford to be as vain, narcissistic, superficial, and self-absorbed as this question suggests?
Of course, if you can barely afford a Kia, can you afford the 23 percent tax on it?
A children's charity took to the streets of Birmingham yesterday to raise awareness for parents who cannot afford to entertain their children during the school holidays.
Our hardworking families, our policemen and firemen and teachers are all leaving the city because they can't afford to live here anymore.
Last month, 24 percent of the state's first-time buyers could afford an entry-level home costing a median $478,710, said the Los Angeles-based California Association of Realtors.
Consumers, providers, policy makers, and elected officials working together can ensure that we all have the opportunity to afford the long-term care setting of our choice.