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Translation of "allowance" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun   /əˈlaʊ·əns/
an amount of something such as money that you are allowed to have every day, week, month, etc. paga a clothing allowance the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C
US ( UK pocket money) an amount of money that parents give to a child each week paga semanal
make allowances for someone/something
to remember that someone has a disadvantage that is not their fault when you are judging their behaviour or work ser indulgente con alguien/tener algo en cuenta They made allowances for the fact that he was sick.
(Definition of allowance from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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