What is another word for Allotting?

Pronunciation: [ɐlˈɒtɪŋ] (IPA)

Allotting, which is the process of allocating or assigning something to someone, has a variety of synonyms that can be used in different contexts. For instance, assigning, distributing, dispensing, rationing, apportioning, and divvying up are some of the synonyms for allotting. All of these words can be used interchangeably with allotting depending on the situation in which they are used. 'Apportioning' may be used to refer to dividing something into portions, 'assigning' may be used when an individual is given a role or task, and 'distributing' may be used when goods or services are shared out to individuals or groups.

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Usage examples for Allotting

Van Loan Senior, of the steel nobility of Pennsylvania, had insisted on his acquiring a profession after two unfortunate attempts at collegiate culture, and had exiled him to New York to study law, Allotting him twenty thousand dollars a year to defray necessary expenses.
"The Salamander"
Owen Johnson
And so, yielding to Hunter's entreaties, I also drew up a list Allotting 200,000 francs among the friendly Republican newspapers, which were paid through me, I admit it.
"Paris From the "Three Cities""
Emile Zola
Under our system of Allotting blocks here the farmers are particularly concerned in making a success of their farms financially, rather than socially.
"A Stake in the Land"
Peter Alexander Speek

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