To give forth to supply yield or produce whilst the all-natural outcome fruit or problem as red grapes afford wine olives afford oil our planet affords fruit the sea affords a plentiful availability of seafood
- afford usage of
- possess economic way to do something or buy anything
- end up being the cause or source of
- have the ability to spare or give up
- to offer forth; to supply, produce, or produce as the natural outcome, good fresh fruit, or concern; because, grapes afford wine; olives afford oil; our planet affords fruit; the ocean affords an abundant method of getting seafood.
- to provide, grant, or confer, with a remoter reference to its being the all-natural outcome; to give you; to furnish; as, a great life affords consolation in old age.
- available, supply, or supply, such as attempting to sell, granting, expending, with revenue, or without reduction or also great damage; as, A affords his products less expensive than B; a man can afford an amount annually in charity.
- To bear, sit, or bear without really serious detriment, as an act that might under various other circumstances be harmful; -- with an additional, as well as, could, might, etc.; to be able or wealthy sufficient.
center English aforthen, from Old English gefor
(v. t.) To offer forth; to supply, yield, or create given that natural result, good fresh fruit, or issue; as, grapes afford wine; olives afford oil; the planet earth affords good fresh fruit; the sea affords a plentiful availability of seafood.
- (v. t.) To provide, grant, or confer, with a remoter mention of its becoming the natural result; to offer; to furnish; because, a great life affords consolation in later years.
- (v. t.) To provide, provide, or offer, such as attempting to sell, giving, expending, with profit, or without loss or too great damage; because, A affords his goods less expensive than B; a man are able to afford a sum yearly in charity.
- (v. t.) To bear, remain, or bear without really serious detriment, as an act that might under various other circumstances be injurious; -- with an auxiliary, as can, could, may well, etc.; to be able or wealthy enough.
The ideas of this passage belong to the eschatological outlook of later centuries, but afford no data for chronology.