Allocate [verb]

Definition of Allocate:

assign; divide among

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Sentence/Example of Allocate:

The capital allocated to the investment bank as a percentage of risk-weighted assets was around 75% when I joined UBS.

With this information, we can do a better job of allocating media dollars going forward.

Gannon also said that this summer, for the first time, state funding had been allocated to help recruit and train MAT teams.

Learning how to wisely allocate your resources can both save and earn you a lot of money.

Though the money is allocated by neighborhood, it’s all “city money,” said Tomlinson.

Evaluating how these important marketing metrics are faring provides insight into how your overall strategy is doing and helps you allocate resources while still connecting with your audience in a meaningful way.

She agrees that police budgets are overfunded, and need to be examined and re-allocated.

By seeing the effectiveness of a specific landing page, you’ll be able to make more informed decisions when it comes to allocating marketing budget and spending time.

Instead of asking people to prepare in advance, you allocate the very first part of the meeting to reading the preparatory materials because at that point at least you know everyone has done it.

They applied some of the principles of market design that have proven helpful in allocating kidneys for donation, in matching medical residents to hospitals, in distributing visas to immigrant workers.