Translation of unaffordable in Spanish:

unaffordable

inasequible, adj.

Pronunciation: /ʌnəˈfɔːdəb(ə)l//ˌənəˈfɔrdəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    (price) inasequible
    (price) prohibitivo
    (area) demasiado caro
    • Yes they may be prettier, edgier and all, but they are also even more expensive and unaffordable.
    • It is not that house prices have risen but that they have risen so much as to make accommodation unaffordable.
    • DIAMONDS, ONCE thought to be too expensive and unaffordable, have suddenly emerged as the best bet in jewellery.
    • Unless migrants also find sustainable employment, the running costs of formal housing may be unaffordable for the very poor.
    • Whatever the actual bill turns out to be, be assured that its price tag is a huge unaffordable social risk.
    • Staying alive is a daily struggle with only one meal per day, with school fees and uniforms being considered unaffordable luxuries.
    • The committee looked at the performance of the Affirmative Action Loan Scheme and found that the loans were unaffordable.
    • In 1997, the great fear was that houses were becoming unaffordable for first-time buyers.
    • However, many small investors mistakenly believe that highly-priced shares are both expensive and unaffordable.
    • He said Zesco's aim should be to attract more people to access the commodity instead of making it unaffordable.
    • But in some areas, house prices have reached such a level that properties have become unaffordable, despite the low cost of borrowing.
    • It is not a secret that housing in the capital city over the last 10 years has become a nightmare and unaffordable to the average working class.
    • Full time holiday care is difficult to find too - the whole system is hit and miss, unaffordable for most and yet the key to getting everyone out to work!
    • Furthermore, it is permitted for Egypt to refuse the registration of any drugs that are seen as extremely expensive or unaffordable.
    • That's actually pretty accurate in terms of linking homelessness, unaffordable housing, and poverty!
    • Electrical dryers are expensive and unaffordable to most small farmers.
    • Typically, these candidates are originally from Dublin, but were driven out by unaffordable property prices.
    • You may think that finding your calling is an unaffordable luxury in this tough business environment.
    • Compulsory, unaffordable insurance and a surfeit of red tape would encourage providers to move to more profitable alternatives.
    • For those who say that increasing tuition will cause education to become unaffordable for many average students, I disagree.