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allocate

verb /ˈӕləkeit/
to give (to someone) for his own use
designar, asignar
He allocated a room to each student.
to set apart (for a particular purpose)
destinar
They allocated $500 to the project.
allocation noun
asignación
the allocation of resources.
Translations of “allocate”
in French allouer (à), affecter (à)…
in German zuteilen, beiseite legen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分配, 分派, 撥給,劃撥…
in Russian выделять…
in Turkish ayırmak, pay ayırmak, vermek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 分配, 分派, 拨给,划拨…
in Polish przeznaczać, przydzielać…
(Definition of allocate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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