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    Red face "going on" / "dedicated to"

    hi,
    I heard people saying "10% of the budget is going on marketing" - is "going on" slang? should we use "dedicated to" rather than "going on"?
    thanks


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    Re: "going on" / "dedicated to"

    Quote Originally Posted by yaron View Post
    hi,
    I heard people saying "10% of the budget is going on marketing" - is "going on" slang? should we use "dedicated to" rather than "going on"?
    thanks
    going to marketing; devoted to marketing; assigned for marketing

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