Definition of unaffordable in English:

unaffordable

Syllabification: un·af·ford·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈfôrdəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Too expensive to be afforded by the average person: medical care has become unaffordable
More example sentences
  • Electrical dryers are expensive and unaffordable to most small farmers.
  • DIAMONDS, ONCE thought to be too expensive and unaffordable, have suddenly emerged as the best bet in jewellery.
  • For those who say that increasing tuition will cause education to become unaffordable for many average students, I disagree.

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