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Translation of "allocate" - English-Spanish dictionary

allocate

verb   /ˈæl.ə.keɪt/
A to give something to someone as their share of a total amount, to use in a particular way asignar, repartir The government is allocating £10 million for health education. As project leader, you will have to allocate people jobs/allocate jobs to people. It is not the job of the investigating committee to allocate blame for the disaster/to allocate blame to individuals.799
allocation noun [no plural]   /ˌæl.əˈkeɪ.ʃən/
reparto, distribución the allocation of resources/funds/time799
(Definition of allocate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of allocate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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