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allowance

noun [C]
 
 
/əˈlaʊəns/
MONEY money that you are given regularly, especially to pay for a particular thing
harcırah, pay, ödenek, tahsisat
a clothing allowanceGrants and allowances
AMOUNT an amount of something that you are allowed
birşeyin birinin kullanımına ayrılan miktarı, tahsisat, pay, hisse
The luggage allowance is 25 kilos.Allowing and permitting
make allowances for sb/sth to remember that someone has a disadvantage which is not their fault when you are judging their behaviour or work
birinin işini ya da davranışını yargılarken onların elinde olmayan dezavantajları olduğunu hatırlamak, suçu sadece kişilere yüklememek
They made allowances for the fact that he was ill.Generous and charitableCharity organizations
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