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affordable

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Pronunciation: /əˈfɔːdəbəl
 
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Definition of affordable in English:

adjective

Inexpensive; reasonably priced: affordable homes
More example sentences
  • Some land could even be sold at discount prices to provide affordable housing.
  • Admission to all three venues is free and all artwork will be for sale at affordable prices.
  • This assumes these people have Internet access at an affordable price and can use it.

Derivatives

affordability

1
Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
Example sentences
  • Prior discussions did take place on the pledge, with officers and the industry, considering feasibility and affordability.
  • Though fertility clinics are becoming popular by the day, affordability proves a big stumbling block for many a couple.
  • Housing affordability needs a vision that goes beyond the next election

affordably

2
adverb
[as submodifier]: affordably priced hotel rooms
More example sentences
  • Appetizers, such as Thai fish paste and egg rolls, are all affordably priced.
  • ‘We intend to price it very affordably,’ was all the spokeswoman would say.
  • Fascinating and enhanced with a great soundtrack, this DVD is affordably priced and suited to many viewings.

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