To distribute or assign to allot
- distribute in accordance with an agenda or set apart for an unique purpose
- To distribute or assign; to allot.
- To localize.
To spread expenses or reduction over several bookkeeping period. Or even charge losing to numerous tasks and departments.
1630s, from verbal made use of of adjective allocate (mid-15c. in legal usage), from Medieval Latin allocate (the common first word-of writs authorizing repayment), crucial plural of allocare "allocate," from Latin ad- "to" (see ad-) + locare "to put" (see find). Relevant: Allocated; allocating.
an activity that determines just how much rack room a product gets, making use of item motion and profitability as helpful information.
Distribute an expense or cost over several accounting times, or fee it to two or more activities, departments, or services and products.
(v. t.) To distribute or designate; to allot.
- (v. t.) To localize.
We allocate scarce resources by pricing them.