I verb addicere, administer, adsignare, allocate, appoint, apportion, assign, deal, delimit, demarcate, designate, dispense, disperse, dispose, distribuere, distribute, divide, dole, earmark, indicate, measure, mete, mete out, parcel out, partition, portion out, prorate, ration, share, specify II index allocate, apportion, attorn, bear (yield), bestow, classify, commit (entrust), contribute (supply), delegate, delimit, demarcate, devise (give), devote, disburse (distribute), dispense, distribute, divide (distribute), dole, endow, endue, expend (disburse), fund, give (grant), leave (give), marshal, mete, parcel, partition, pigeonhole, present (make a gift), prorate, sort, split

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

To apportion; to distribute portions of something to several individuals; to allocate something to someone.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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