One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘draw up your own personal budget for a typical week’
financial plan, financial estimate, financial blueprint, prediction of revenue and expenditure, forecast
accounts, statement, spreadsheet
2‘an announcement of cuts in the defence budget’
allowance, allocation, allotment, quota, share, ration, helping, lot, slice
grant, award, funds, means, resources, wherewithal, capital
1‘you will have to budget at least £7,000 for the most basic system’
allocate, allot, assign, allow, earmark, devote, designate, appropriate, set aside
2‘the repayments will be the same for each month—this will help you budget your finances’
schedule, plan, cost, cost out, estimate
allocate, ration, apportion
1‘a budget hotel’
cheap, inexpensive, economy, economic, economical, low-cost, low-price, low-budget, reasonable, reasonably priced, cut-price, cut-rate, discount, discounted, bargain, bargain-basement
British informal bargainous
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