Noun(1) an amount allowed or granted (as during a given period(2) a sum granted as reimbursement for expenses(3) an amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances(4) a permissible difference; allowing some freedom to move within limits(5) a reserve fund created by a charge against profits in order to provide for changes in the value of a company's assets(6) the act of allowing
Verb(1) put on a fixed allowance, as of food
(1) My parents started giving me an allowance , and they said that if I were to go out to the movies or buy Ana anything, I would have to start working for the money.(2) For instance, a fine of ├ö├®┬╝100 will be imposed on each of the next 10 drinks in excess of the weekly allowance .(3) PriceThis refers to the money that customers have to pay for the product, such as a wholesale price or retail price, allowance and credit terms.(4) As a result, time allowance for writing is ensured, which contributes to reduction of software processing load by an external device.(5) Sue, who lives in Fallowfield, receives a student loan and an allowance from her parents, who also pay for her accommodation.(6) Kiss a Native won the Victoria Park Stakes and an allowance at Woodbine Race Course in his last two starts.(7) My husband gives me an allowance for my own expenses.(8) Because any unused portion of a housing allowance is lost, an employee has no incentive to try to bid down the cost of their accommodation.(9) It is not, for example, going to point out that you could top up your pension to take advantage of the tax breaks, or transfer some savings into your spouse's name to soak up their personal allowance .(10) This money is not part of their base pay - it is an allowance for a specific purpose.(11) Everyone has a personal allowance for income tax of Ôö¼├║4,895 but if you are working or drawing a pension you are likely to have already used this up.(12) Under the scheme, buyers may choose an additional ├ö├®┬╝400 trade-in allowance or a discount of that amount for buyers without a trade-in.(13) There needs to be a balance between control and the allowance of some flexibility within the market.(14) It sets out a calculation of the total sales price and then details the value of the part exchanged car and the Purchase Plus allowance .(15) the elderly receive a heating allowance every winter(16) For individuals, the flat rate tax is levied on all wages, salaries or pensions, less a personal allowance .
(1) daily allowance :: daaglikse toelaag
2. payment ::
3. concession ::
4. leeway ::
5. adjustment ::
1. prohibition ::
2. proscription ::
Different Formsallowance, allowances
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