Portuguese translation of 'afford'
1. (provide) fornecer
2. (goods etc) ter dinheiro suficiente para
3. (permit o.s.)
I can't afford the time não tenho tempo
can we afford a car? temos dinheiro para comprar um carro?
we can afford to wait podemos permitir-nos esperar
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Example Sentences Including 'afford'
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He could afford to give away a business worth a few million.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I suppose just to make enough to afford a nice house and to live comfortably in it.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
That affords certain protection against competing land use.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Younger entrepreneurs can afford to give things a shot this way.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
They had proclaimed the divine protection afforded sovereignty.The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)
Councils can't afford to pay enough.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He had to save for weeks to pay for a night out and often could not afford to buy meat.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Some will let you view the northern lights; others afford the opportunity to spend the small hours clubbing.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
These are epidemics no country can afford.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The village afforded little opportunity.A Plague of Angels (1993)
But we can't afford to sulk about it.The Sun (2017)
We can't afford to think about the future.The Sun (2016)
We cannot afford to give chances away.The Sun (2014)
Being able to work dogs and being good enough to afford them is to have respect.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
I had enough money to afford quite good doctors.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Our lips, she says, are ageing like the rest of our faces and should be afforded love and protection.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
These days he can afford to buy his own cars.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
And ten per cent said they were worried about affording housing costs in the year ahead.The Sun (2016)
Can't we all afford to buy more things?Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Europe to pay an unconditional basic income in an experiment to see how it affected the lives of the recipients and whether the country could afford it.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Most need to think about affording a family before having one.The Sun (2013)
No wonder he can afford to give up his bonus!The Sun (2012)
Our son is still with us at 24 as he cannot afford to buy or rent.The Sun (2007)
People can't afford to buy when they are setting off on their own and are increasingly struggling to afford rent.The Sun (2014)
The ruling could lead to similar sites being afforded the same protection.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
They squandered the opportunity afforded by much lower borrowing costs.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
This country can not afford the ships required to support a carrier battle group.The Sun (2008)
This gives people a chance to stay in their homes until they can afford to buy them back.The Sun (2008)
This meant the buyers lost any protection afforded by the website.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Two years there and he could afford to buy Charlton.The Sun (2017)
We can't afford to worry about what other teams are doing.The Sun (2007)
The country can ill afford such chaos.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This is largesse the country cannot afford.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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'afford' in Other Languages
British English: afford /əˈfɔːd/ VERB
If you cannot afford something, you do not have enough money to pay for it.
We can't afford to pay the rent.
- American English: afford
- 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)
- European 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
- Vietnamese: đủ khả năng
Translation of afford from the Collins English to Portuguese
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