Перевод и транскрипция afford

Afford — перевод, произношение, транскрипция

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I can’t afford it.

Я не могу себе это позволить (купить). ☰

She could not afford to pay.

Она была не в состоянии расплатиться ☰

I cannot afford the time.

I was unable to afford the trip.

Я был не в состоянии позволить себе поездку. ☰

I can’t afford to spend two hours with this person.

Я не могу позволить себе потратить два часа на этого человека. ☰

I cannot afford it at so little price.

Я не могу уступить по такой низкой цене. ☰

We can’t afford to slip up.

Мы не можем себе позволить допустить ошибку. ☰

Can you afford this car?

Можете ли вы позволить себе эту машину? / По карману ли вам эта машина? ☰

Don’t spend more than you can afford.

Не трать больше, чем можешь себе позволить. ☰

How can she afford to eat out every night?

Как она может позволить себе каждый вечер ужинать в ресторане? ☰

The hills afford a fine view.

С холмов открывается прекрасный вид. ☰

They could well afford a new car.

Они вполне могли осилить покупку новой машины. ☰

‘How can we afford this?’ ‘Good question!’

— Как мы можем себе это позволить? — Хороший вопрос! ☰

We were too poor to afford a doctor.

Мы были слишком бедны, чтобы позволить себе доктора. ☰

Can we afford the luxury of a second car?

Мы можем позволить себе иметь вторую машину? ☰

I’ll get by with a bicycle until we can afford a car.

Обойдусь велосипедом, пока мы не сможем позволить себе машину. ☰

He’ll be able to afford a house next year.

В следующем году он сможет позволить себе дом. ☰

The district affords minerals.

В этом районе имеются полезные ископаемые. ☰

He wondered how a country maid could afford such courtly behaviour.

Его удивляло то, что простая деревенская девушка могла демонстрировать такие изящные манеры. ☰

The defendant is too poor to afford a lawyer.

Ответчик настолько беден, что не может позволить себе нанять адвоката. ☰

People who are out of work cannot afford to scoff at any job.

Людям, у которых нет работы, приходится серьёзно относиться к любым предложениям. ☰

I can’t afford to wear couture.

Я не могу себе позволить носить вещи «от-кутюр». ☰

I wish that I could afford a new car.

Жаль, что я не могу /как бы я хотел/ позволить себе новый автомобиль. ☰

Very few families, percentagewise, have ever been able to afford hired help.

В процентном отношении очень немногие семьи могли позволить себе нанимать прислугу. ☰

We decided to take rooms in Longwood House, although we knew we could not really afford the rent.

Мы решили снять номера в Лонгвуд-Хаус, хотя знали, что вообще-то это нам не по карману. ☰

We couldn’t afford to pay the lawyer’s fees.

У нас не было денег, чтобы нанять адвоката. ☰

The expansions of hard rock, afford a kind of irregular pavement.

Пространство, выложенное грубым булыжником, образует нечто похожее на неровную мостовую. ☰

I can’t afford to run a car.

Я не могу позволить себе машину. ☰

We couldn’t afford to pay the storage.

Мы не могли позволить себе платить за хранение. ☰

Can we afford to launch out on a colour television?

Можем мы потратиться на цветной телевизор? ☰

Примеры, ожидающие перевода

We can’t afford any unnecessary delays.

Most gamblers can ill afford their habit.

sixthly, we cannot afford a vacation

Для того чтобы добавить вариант перевода, кликните по иконке ☰ , напротив примера.

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Перевод и транскрипция afford

Afford — Af*ford ([a^]f*f[=o]rd ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [OE. aforthen, AS. gefor[eth]ian, for[eth]ian, to further, accomplish, afford, fr. for[eth] forth, forward. The prefix ge has no well defined sense. See… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

afford — [ə fôrd′] vt. [ME aforthen < OE geforthian, to advance < forthian, to further] 1. to have enough or the means for; bear the cost of without serious inconvenience: used with can or be able [I m not able to afford a car; can you afford the… … English World dictionary

afford — UK US /əˈfɔːd/ verb [T] ● can afford Cf. can afford … Financial and business terms

afford — (v.) O.E. geforðian to put forth, contribute; further, advance; carry out, accomplish, from ge completive prefix (see A (Cf. a ) (1)) + forðian to further, from forð forward, onward (see FORTH (Cf. forth)). Change of th to d took place late 16c.… … Etymology dictionary

afford — [v1] able to have or do; within financial means allow, be able to, bear, be disposed to, have enough for, have the means for, incur, manage, spare, stand, support, sustain; concepts 335,713 afford [v2] give, produce bestow, furnish, grant, impart … New thesaurus

afford — ► VERB 1) (can/could afford) have sufficient money, time, or means for. 2) provide (an opportunity or facility). DERIVATIVES affordability noun affordable adjective. ORIGIN Old English, «promote, perform»; related to FORTH(Cf. ↑ … English terms dictionary

afford — index administer (tender), allow (endure), bear (yieid), bequeath, bestow, contribute (supply) … Law dictionary

afford — *give, confer, bestow, present, donate Analogous words: *offer, proffer: *furnish: *grant, accord Antonyms: deny (something one wants, asks, hopes for) pm4]Contrasted words: withhold, hold, hold back (see KEEP): refuse, * … New Dictionary of Synonyms

afford */*/*/ — UK [əˈfɔː(r)d] / US [əˈfɔrd] verb [transitive] Word forms afford : present tense I/you/we/they afford he/she/it affords present participle affording past tense afforded past participle afforded Get it right: afford: Afford is never followed by a… … English dictionary

afford — v. 1) to well afford 2) (formal) (A) it afforded great pleasure to him; or: it afforded him great pleasure 3)(E; preceded by the forms: can cannot can t could) we cannot afford to buy a new house; we can ill afford to lose this contract 4)… … Combinatory dictionary

afford — af|ford W3S1 [əˈfo:d US o:rd] v [T] [: Old English; Origin: geforthian to carry out , from forth] 1.) can/could afford [usually negative] a) to have enough money to buy or pay for something afford [to do] sth ▪ We can t afford to go on vacation… … Dictionary of contemporary English

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Перевод и транскрипция afford

Afford — Af*ford ([a^]f*f[=o]rd ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [OE. aforthen, AS. gefor[eth]ian, for[eth]ian, to further, accomplish, afford, fr. for[eth] forth, forward. The prefix ge has no well defined sense. See… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

afford — [ə fôrd′] vt. [ME aforthen < OE geforthian, to advance < forthian, to further] 1. to have enough or the means for; bear the cost of without serious inconvenience: used with can or be able [I m not able to afford a car; can you afford the… … English World dictionary

afford — UK US /əˈfɔːd/ verb [T] ● can afford Cf. can afford … Financial and business terms

afford — (v.) O.E. geforðian to put forth, contribute; further, advance; carry out, accomplish, from ge completive prefix (see A (Cf. a ) (1)) + forðian to further, from forð forward, onward (see FORTH (Cf. forth)). Change of th to d took place late 16c.… … Etymology dictionary

afford — [v1] able to have or do; within financial means allow, be able to, bear, be disposed to, have enough for, have the means for, incur, manage, spare, stand, support, sustain; concepts 335,713 afford [v2] give, produce bestow, furnish, grant, impart … New thesaurus

afford — ► VERB 1) (can/could afford) have sufficient money, time, or means for. 2) provide (an opportunity or facility). DERIVATIVES affordability noun affordable adjective. ORIGIN Old English, «promote, perform»; related to FORTH(Cf. ↑ … English terms dictionary

afford — index administer (tender), allow (endure), bear (yieid), bequeath, bestow, contribute (supply) … Law dictionary

afford — *give, confer, bestow, present, donate Analogous words: *offer, proffer: *furnish: *grant, accord Antonyms: deny (something one wants, asks, hopes for) pm4]Contrasted words: withhold, hold, hold back (see KEEP): refuse, * … New Dictionary of Synonyms

afford */*/*/ — UK [əˈfɔː(r)d] / US [əˈfɔrd] verb [transitive] Word forms afford : present tense I/you/we/they afford he/she/it affords present participle affording past tense afforded past participle afforded Get it right: afford: Afford is never followed by a… … English dictionary

afford — v. 1) to well afford 2) (formal) (A) it afforded great pleasure to him; or: it afforded him great pleasure 3)(E; preceded by the forms: can cannot can t could) we cannot afford to buy a new house; we can ill afford to lose this contract 4)… … Combinatory dictionary

afford — af|ford W3S1 [əˈfo:d US o:rd] v [T] [: Old English; Origin: geforthian to carry out , from forth] 1.) can/could afford [usually negative] a) to have enough money to buy or pay for something afford [to do] sth ▪ We can t afford to go on vacation… … Dictionary of contemporary English

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