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Translation of "allot" - English-Spanish dictionary

allot

verb /əˈlot/ ( past tense, past participle allotted)
to give (each person) a fixed share of or place in (something) distribuir, repartir The funding committee have allotted all the money to the various people who applied for it.
allotment noun
(formal) an amount of something that is given as a share to someone. Asignación his allotment of the inheritance.
(British ) a small part of a larger piece of public ground rented to a person to grow vegetables etc. parcela
(Definition of allot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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