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allow for sth

phrasal verb with allow /əˈlaʊ/ verb
to consider something when you are planning something
顧及,考慮到;為…留出餘地
We allowed for living expenses of £20 a day.
我們每天給自己留出20英鎊的生活費用。
[+ -ing verb] You should allow for the plane being delayed.
你應該考慮到飛機延誤怎麼辦。
We have to allow for the possibility that we might not finish on schedule.
我們必須考慮到我們有可能不能按時完成。
Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
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