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Thread: Allocate for/to

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    #1

    Allocate for/to

    The local council has decided not to allocate funds for the project.
    The local council has decided not to allocate funds to the project.
    What's the differece?
    If I make any mistakes in English, please let me know! Please! Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: Allocate for/to

    There's no difference.

    The project's not going to get any money whichever preposition you choose.

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