Definition for budget

noun as in financial plan

verb as in plan money or action

Strongest matches

allocate, calculate

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Example Sentences

In a news release the same day, advisers highlighted a long-planned increase in the ad budget this week of about 50 percent over last week.

This has left some states scrambling to ramp up mail-in voting while simultaneously preparing to hold socially distanced in-person elections on tight budgets.

The cow is officially back now, though, with a new line of mostly budget, Walmart-exclusive Gateway laptops.

The Housing Commission also included $19 million in its annual budget to help acquire the hotels and another $10 million to support rental assistance at the properties.

State and city budgets are also under severe strain and many have cut large parts of their workforce as they wait for Congress to decide whether to approve more assistance.

Community policing is expensive and, in an era of budget cuts, increasingly rare.

And there are other stories DuVernay could have told and still met her (relatively) modest budget of $20 million.

The airplane was owned by an Indonesian budget carrier, Lion Air.

“Mostly people on a budget use it,” Franz Dobersberger, managing director of a Bangkok travel agency, told The Daily Beast.

It actually kept the government open all year and manage to pass something vaguely resembling a budget.

Regular taxation, monopolies, mortgages, and loans barely sufficed to provide for the budget.

"Working men have been hit very hard by the tyrannical Budget," announces a morning paper.

Several uneducated business men are said to have written to the Dean asking the Latin for what they think of the new Budget.

Having had time to consider the Budget proposals in detail Mr. Asquith was less complimentary and more critical.

In the passage outside the drawing-room was Hedges, evidently waiting for his master, and with a budget to unfold.


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to budget, such as: account, allocation, cost, total, aggregate, and allowance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.