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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Among the few new initiatives budgeted for NOAA is the $15 million Global Geosciences Program to study and improve prediction of Climate change.
5 billion budgeted for worldwide exploration activities is included in the regional totals below.
8 million and nineteen positions budgeted for the Office of the Inspector General, which I will cover at the end of this statement.
Talks are under way, and the city has budgeted for no salary adjustments.
The 1989 staffing level is slightly lower than that budgeted for 1988.
2 million more than was budgeted for special projects in 1988.
In-fill drilling of the Beta Boundary resource has been budgeted for 2004 to convert inferred mineral resources into mineral reserves.
The budget also follows the Company's normal practices, with 10% to 15% budgeted for exploratory drilling and the remainder predominately related to lower risk development drilling, completion costs, facilities, waterfloods and tertiary recovery operations.