budget (something) for (something)

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budget (something) for (something)

To set aside a specific amount of something, often money or time, for something else (such as an expense or task). Did you budget enough money for all of your bills this month? I was almost late to class because I didn't budget enough time for editing my paper.
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budget something for someone or something

to set aside a certain amount of money for someone or something. Did you budget some money for the holiday party? I budgeted a few hundred a month for Andrew's college expenses.
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budget for

v.
To set aside some amount of money for something or someone: For the party, we budgeted $1,000 for musicians and food.
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'It is like you budgeted for something, [but] you used it for another.
The DBM has said under the cash-based system, all government programs and projects budgeted for the fiscal year should be implemented and delivered within the same fiscal year.
Instead, it was suggested that the amounts budgeted for salaries and benefits the first year be increased by a flat percentage accommodating both merit pay increases and proposed cost-of-living increases.
Departments like Parks and Recreation that employ many such employees have traditionally budgeted for these employees as a group, using a single lump sum amount.
Energy-saving devices, like dual-fuel systems and fluorescent lights, should be used and budgeted for. *Service contracts.
On a net basis the cost to the public of the Federal Reserve System's operations is $776 million of the total $1.7 billion budgeted for 1992.
An additional $1.0 million is budgeted for currency processing equipment and personnel to handle currency volume growth on the West Coast.
Miscellaneous warehouse expense is budgeted for $20,000 a year.
Among the few new initiatives budgeted for NOAA is the $15 million Global Geosciences Program to study and improve prediction of Climate change.
The DBM said under the cash-based system, all government programs and projects budgeted for the fiscal year should be implemented and delivered within the same fiscal year.
On a net basis, the cost to the public of the Federal Reserve System's operations is $675 million of the total $1.6 billion budgeted for 1991.
The foregoing figures do not include $1.8 million and nineteen positions budgeted for the Office of the Inspector General, which I will cover at the end of this statement.
The Budget secretary said under this system, all government programs and projects budgeted for the fiscal year should be implemented and delivered within the same fiscal year.
The 1989 staffing level is slightly lower than that budgeted for 1988.
The budget for special projects in 1989 is $11.1 million, or $6.2 million more than was budgeted for special projects in 1988.