Translation: from spanish

it is beyond my means

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  • beyond your means — ► if you are living beyond your means, you are spending more money than you earn: »Too many people live beyond their means. Main Entry: ↑means …   Financial and business terms

  • beyond your means — beyond (your) means too expensive for you. We bought a retirement home, but at first the repair work was beyond our means. Opposite of: within (your) means …   New idioms dictionary

  • beyond his means — beyond what he is able to achieve, beyond his ability …   English contemporary dictionary

  • live beyond your means — ► to spend more than you earn: »To avoid slipping into debt, don t live beyond your means. Main Entry: ↑live …   Financial and business terms

  • live beyond your means — live beyond/within/your means phrase to have a way of life in which you spend more money than you earn less money than you earn Thesaurus: to spend or to pay moneysynonym Main entry: live …   Useful english dictionary

  • lived beyond his means — spend more money than one earns …   English contemporary dictionary

  • means — [miːnz] noun [plural] the money and resources that a person or organization has available: means to do something • Large corporations have the means to pay large fines without suffering hardship. • The group has limited means. • young families… …   Financial and business terms

  • beyond one's means — {adj. phr.} Too expensive, not affordable. * /Unfortunately, a new Mercedes Benz is beyond my means right now./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • means — [ minz ] (plural means) noun *** 1. ) count a method for doing or achieving something: WAY: Information is not easily obtained by any other means. an effective means for finding qualified job applicants means of: What means of transportation is… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • beyond one's means — beyond (or within) one s means beyond (or within) one s budget or income the government is living beyond its means …   Useful english dictionary

  • beyond means — beyond (your) means too expensive for you. We bought a retirement home, but at first the repair work was beyond our means. Opposite of: within (your) means …   New idioms dictionary


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