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Translation of "allotment" - English-Spanish dictionary

allotment

noun   /əˈlɒt.mənt/
UK a small piece of ground in or just outside a town that a person rents for growing vegetables, fruits, or flowers huerto 766
the process of sharing something, or the amount that you get reparto, distribución, adjudicación The allotment of the company’s shares to its employees is still to be decided. We have used up this year’s allotment of funds.799
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