from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To parcel out; distribute or apportion.
- transitive verb To assign as a portion; allocate.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To divide or distribute as by lot; distribute or parcel out; apportion: as, to
allotshares in a public company.
- To grant; assign; appropriate: as, to
allota sum of money for some specific purpose.
- To appoint; destine; set apart.
- Synonyms Dispense, Distribute, etc. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To distribute by lot.
- transitive verb To distribute, or parcel out in parts or portions; or to distribute to each individual concerned; to assign as a share or lot; to set apart as one's share; to bestow on; to grant; to appoint.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb To
distributeor apportionby (or as if by) lot
- verb To
assignor designateas a taskor for a purpose
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- verb administer or bestow, as in small portions
- verb allow to have
- verb give out
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Pedestrians in allot of cities, Eastern US and European cities especially where the roads are narrower, tend to abuse this relationship by crossing mid-block or against the light.
I think we can all agree that computers (a major Identifying factor of a nerd), are major part of life, so his choice to use his allot is supposed to add to his kind of lonely atmosphere (f It still screams nerd, I may have to cut It.)
What we have been noticing allot is we put out such a large assortment of appetizers and adorn them in these fancy little plates with dips and all that goes with it, everyone that comes over picks and picks and picks and by the time the meal is served, they’re just not that hungry any more.
Yet other artists simply put paintings aside for a period of time, allowing them to look at the works again with fresher eyes some months hence those who work on more than one painting at a time necessarily allot a certain amount of breathing space between one picture and the next, or find that a deadline, such as producing enough works for a specific exhibition, makes them focus more intently and make faster decisions.
Italy and France, to name but two examples, view the arts as an integral part of their identity and history, and so allot public funds to support their finest and most promising practitioners.
* You make a schedule that helps you allot time during the month for work on the most important projects.
She said the impact on other companies could be higher component manufacturers, for example, allot as much as 25% of total expenses to personnel costs.
So how are you going to allot your time these days?
The government plans to allot 3 million hectares, or about 4 percent of its arable land, to foreign investors over the next three years.