Affords [verb]

Definition of Affords:

able to have or do; within financial means

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Private day camps – for those who can afford them – have sprung up to replace in-person learning, because the wheels of San Diego Unified have stopped turning.

Often, they sell their land and relocate to the mainland only to realize that they can’t afford much more than a shack.

Nor am I able to afford a gift, as I have been looking for a job for more than a year.

They may not be able to afford it or understand that they even have access to it.

So with even a hint that flying might be safe enough within that timescale, many people can afford to take a chance and book now.

They couldn’t afford a piano or the lessons to continue her training.

I still think it’s worth paying the extra money for the disc drive and the maximum performance if you can afford it, but don’t feel too bad if it’s not in your budget.

Given that I was married with six kids, all in private schools, I knew I couldn’t afford to take a traditional route to finance by quitting medicine, getting an MBA, and working on Wall Street.

At the same time, however, about 1 in 4 Covered California enrollees dropped out this year, higher than the normal turnover as some newly qualified for Medicaid and an unknown number could no longer afford the premiums.

Depending on what you’re trying to accomplish, Connected TV as an ad channel affords a couple of different options.