|Origin:||aloter, from lot 'person's share'|
al‧lot past tense and past participle allotted, present participle allotting [transitive]
allot something to something/somebody
Try and allot 2 or 3 hours a day to revision.
Each school will be allotted twenty seats.
allot somebody something
Everyone who works for the company has been allotted 10 shares.
—allotted adjective [only before noun]
The department has already spent more than its allotted budget.