I (act of disbursing) noun alloting, allotment, apportioning, apportionment, assigning by lot, compensating, dealing out, dispersal, disposal, disseminating, dissemination, dividing, handing out, laying out, outgo, outlay, parceling out II (funds paid out) noun allowance, compensation, costs, defrayal, defrayment, emolument, expenditure, expense, fees, money going out, moneys expended, moneys paid out, outgo, outlay, pay, payment, recompense, redress, reimbursement, remittance, remuneration, repayment, restitution, spendings associated conceptsz disbursements necessarily paid or incurred, legal disbursements, necessary disbursements III index advance (allowance), amortization, appropriation (donation), charge (cost), collection (payment), commission (fee), consideration (recompense), cost (expenses), expenditure, fee (charge), installment, maintenance (upkeep), outlay, overhead, payment (act of paying), price, reimbursement, remittance

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