English words and Examples of Usage

use "allocate" in a sentence

If you’re saddled with debt, allocate the funds toward the outstanding balances.

The assembly will allocate about £60,000 of public money towards funding the programme.

To achieve this goal, they allocate less to Marvel’s female demo, and even less to a unisex one.”

Those statistics are used by governments to allocate resources for health care as well as research.

An unmodified Sainte-Laguë method is used to allocate seats.

A plan has been outlined to allocate a sizeable portion of the land under development to the construction of low-cost housing.

The company director wants to allocate additional staff to the marketing department.

Find someone who is allergic to something. allocate

The government has agreed to allocate funds for the restoration of the old town.

The Prime Minister has promised to allocate additional funds for municipalities in the upcoming budget.

Discussion question: Should publicly-funded construction projects be required to allocate a certain part of their budget to purchasing artworks for the buildings? allow

Allocate a room for research purposes.

This nmade possible to allocate 100% of the Block 56 reserves for export.

Programs must allocate space in memory for the variables its functions use.

and serves to allocate storage for all DBMS managed segments.31.

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