Translation: from spanish

not many people can afford to do that

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  • many — man|y W1S1 [ˈmeni] determiner, pron, adj [: Old English; Origin: manig] 1.) a large number of people or things ≠ ↑few →↑more, most ↑most, much ↑much ▪ Many people have to use a car to travel to work. ▪ I don t have many friends. ▪ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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