allotting allotting  /ə ˈlɑ tɪŋ/


  1. (v) give out
  2. (v) allow to have
  3. (v) administer or bestow, as in small portions


  1. Newton also recommends allotting yourself regular time off in short amounts, just as lite athletes rest between workouts.
  2. His regime is riven with corruption, with senior figures allotting themselves large tracts of farmland seized under Mugabe's anti-white land reform process.
  3. Therefore to maintain its buying power in the gold market the RFC was allotting itself another $25,000,000.



  1. "That does not mean that we will ignore the private sector. After allotting to the SAIL, we will decide later on private sectors" Mr Soren said while urging the Steel Minister to create job opportunities for the people of Jharkhand.
    on Sep 24, 2008 By: Shibu Soren Source: Hindu Business Line

  2. "I thank the Prime Minister for allotting the money. We now would have annually 310 days of proper practice including stint abroad for our athletes. This is a step forward and I hope we would have more athletes who would emulate Bindra," Kalmadi...
    on Aug 11, 2008 By: Suresh Kalmadi Source: Press Trust of India

  3. "Priority in allotting iron ore from the Chiria Mines will be given to the SAIL...... and a decision to this effect will be taken by next month," steel minister Ram Vilas Paswan said.
    on Sep 24, 2008 By: Ram Vilas Paswan Source: Times of India

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