›INSURANCE, LAWto decide who is responsible for an accident or event, especially when deciding how much of the costs each person, insurancecompany, etc. should pay: I'm not here to apportion blame, but only to try and resolve the problem.Liability was apportioned 80-20 in his favour.
›ACCOUNTING, TAXto dividecosts between different accounts or uses: apportion sth between sb/sthItems such as gas and electricity bills can be apportioned between home and work use.
One of the best ways (perhaps the best way) to improve your English is to learn how words go together in phrases, idioms, or other patterns such as verb/noun or adjective/noun pairs (often called ‘collocations’). This blog looks at some useful phrases and collocations connected with the subject of decisions, something we