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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “allowance”

allowance

noun [C] (AMOUNT GIVEN)
补助金
 
 
/əˈlaʊ.ənts/
money that you are given regularly, especially to pay for a particular thing
(尤指为特定事项支付的)定期补贴,津贴
The perks of the job include a company pension scheme and a generous travel allowance.
这份工作的特殊待遇包括公司退休金计划和丰厚的差旅补助。
I couldn't have managed at college if I hadn't had an allowance from my parents.
要不是父母定期给我生活费,我没法读完大学。
Grants and allowances
an amount of something that you are allowed
定量;限额
The baggage/luggage allowance for most flights is 20 kilos.
大多数班机允许乘客携带的行李重量限额是20公斤。
General words for size and amount
mainly US for pocket money
孩子的钱
Grants and allowances
(Definition of allowance noun (AMOUNT GIVEN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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