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# $17 billion. The amount taken to buy a car manufacturer that cannot make a profit
 
# $17 billion. The amount taken to buy a car manufacturer that cannot make a profit
 
# An incorrect spelling of 'a vehicle made by The Ford Motor Company', usually with the inscription ''ford'' on the vehicle somewhere (usually on the front and/or back).
 
# An incorrect spelling of 'a vehicle made by The Ford Motor Company', usually with the inscription ''ford'' on the vehicle somewhere (usually on the front and/or back).
 
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afford (plural affords)

  1. (language) A means of crossing a particularly long word or text which has not been abridged. A famous historical case is George Washington's affording of the Delaware, which as a result became simply the "Dare".
  2. $17 billion. The amount taken to buy a car manufacturer that cannot make a profit
  3. An incorrect spelling of 'a vehicle made by The Ford Motor Company', usually with the inscription ford on the vehicle somewhere (usually on the front and/or back).
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