- tufafaasoasoaallocatesle tufatufaina o
Verb(1) distribute according to a plan or set apart for a special purpose
(1) Economics is often described as the study of how to allocate limited resources in the face of unlimited wants.(2) Should quality of life be a relevant factor in deciding how to allocate scarce resources?(3) Those given responsibilities to allocate public resources must adhere to the plan.(4) Under the rules which allocate parental responsibility, the woman who gives birth to a child is in law the mother of that child.(5) Every member of our society is at total liberty to allocate his or her resources wherever he or she wishes.(6) The impact of disasters reflects the way societies choose their priorities and allocate their resources.(7) in past years we didn't allocate enough funds to infrastructure maintenance(8) Why didn't you allocate the amount of resources necessary to earn an A in this class?(9) Are we allocating our resources in the right direction, according to your estimates?(10) With this in mind, earlier this year many of the asset allocators at the large investment firms reckoned it was time to start moving away from small companies back into mid and large caps - fuelling some of the rise earlier in the year.(11) The portion allocable to the employee's personal use is generally taxable to the employee as a fringe benefit.(12) By contrast, casting or drawing lots to assure fairness in allocating duties or rewards has been acceptable for millennia.(13) After allocating the basis and the amount realized between these portions, Bob determines that $12,000 of the gain is allocable to the residential portion and $6,000 is allocable to the rental portion.(14) When the central government allocates resources, it does so on the basis of what the prisons can do for themselves, bearing in mind their access to raw materials and markets.(15) They are potentially liable to the artist for the artist's losses, for an allocable portion the profits they earned, attorneys fees and treble damages (in the trademark cases).(16) I agree that the market place is generally the most efficient allocator of resources and that increased competition will usually result in cheaper rates for consumers, improved security of supply, and improved service.
(1) allocate funds :: faasoasoa tupe
1. allot ::
2. assign ::
3. distribute ::
4. apportion ::
6. portion out ::
7. dispense ::
8. deal out ::
9. dole out ::
10. give out ::
tuuina atu mai
11. dish out ::
12. parcel out ::
13. ration out ::
tufa 'aiga mai
15. divvy up ::
Different Formsallocate, allocated, allocates, allocating
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