Hindi translation of afford
affordPowered by COBUILD /əˈfɔːd अˈफ़ॉड्/
Word forms: affords, affording, afforded
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb
If you cannot afford something, you do not have enough money to pay for it.
खर्च वहन करना
⇒ We can't afford to pay the rent.
2. transitive verb
If you cannot afford to do something or allow it to happen, you must not do it or you must prevent it from happening because it would be harmful or embarrassing to you.
⇒ We can't afford to wait. ⇒ I can't afford the luxury of a weekend off.
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Example Sentences Including 'afford'
The locale had brought the price down far enough for me also to afford the necessary state-of-the-art alarm system.KICK BACK (2002)
He is unlikely to be unemployed; he can afford a computer, he can afford to travel.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Dead or alive, R ' shiel is gone, and you can't afford to sit here wallowing in self-pity.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'afford' in Other Languages
- Arabic: قادِرٌ عَلَى دَفْعِ الـمال
- Brazilian Portuguese: pagar
- Chinese: 付得起
- Croatian: priuštiti (si)
- Czech: dovolit si
- Danish: have råd til
- Dutch: veroorloven
- European Spanish: poder permitirse
- Finnish: olla varaa johonkin
- French: avoir les moyens de
- German: leisten (sich)
- Greek: έχω τα μέσα
- Italian: permettersi reflexive verb
- Japanese: ･･･する余裕がある
- Korean: ...할 여유가 있다
- Norwegian: ha råd til
- Polish: pozwolić sobie (na coś) pozwalać sobie (na coś)
- Portuguese: ter recursos
- Romanian: a-și permite
- Russian: иметь возможность
- Spanish: poder pagar
- Swedish: ha råd med
- Thai: สามารถหาได้
- Turkish: gücü yetmek
- Ukrainian: дозволяти собі дозволити собі
- Vietnamese: đủ khả năng
Translation of afford from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary