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    allocate vs allot

    Please tell me whether allocate and allot are interchangeable, for example, "Large funds will be allocated/alloted to charitable organizations" or "You must decide how much time to allocate/allot to each exam question." Thank you so much. Sincerely, Maoyueh

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    Re: allocate vs allot

    The same question was discussed here:

    allot vs allocate - WordReference Forums

    Hope that helps.

    Rover

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    Re: allocate vs allot

    Thank you for the helpful information.

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