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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbudgetarybud‧get‧a‧ry /ˈbʌdʒətəri $ -teri/ adjective  SPEND MONEYrelating to the way money is spent in a budgetsee thesaurus at financial
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budgetaryI urge the administration to find a more appropriate and forthright solution to the budgetary and debt extension issues at hand.The budgetary commission noted that the budget was not adequate to complete the necessary economic restructuring.Checking the takings late at night is no substitute for a proper budgetary control system.The hotel does not operate a budgetary control system.He plays no budgetary games nor does he tolerate finance people playing games with him.They are budgetary procedure, the inadequacy of resources, and the redistributive aspect of the budget.In December the socialists challenged the executive's control over the budgetary process.Nixon entered the White House in 1969 committed to budgetary restraint and reducing spending on welfare programmes.budgetary restrictions
From Longman Business Dictionarybudgetarybud‧get‧a‧ry /ˈbʌdʒətəri-teri/ adjective [only before a noun]ECONOMICS relating to a budget and how much money is available to spendThis is not the first year in which budgetary cuts have had to be made.He hired an extra bodyguard, but budgetary constraints (=spending limits) have prevented him from getting a bulletproof car.
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