budget


budget
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noun
ADJECTIVE
fixed, limited, low, modest, shoestring, small, tight

The film was was made on a shoestring budget.

big, generous, huge, large
annual, monthly, weekly, etc.
overall, total
entire
operating

The museum's operating budget for 2008 is just over $2 million.

family, household, personal
city (AmE), council (BrE), federal, government, municipal (AmE), national, state

Military spending accounts for around 17% of the federal budget.

defence/defense, education, health, housing (BrE), intelligence, military, social-security (BrE), welfare
ad (AmE), advertising, marketing, research, training
school
capital
draft
VERB + BUDGET
get, have

The organization has a large annual budget.

allocate, draw up, plan, set

The city has drawn up its budget for next year.

present, propose, submit
approve, pass (AmE)
balance

The school has a struggle to balance its budget.

adhere to (esp. AmE), keep to, meet, stick to

Work out a weekly budget and stick to it.

control, manage

The IT department manages its own budget.

strain, stretch
blow, bust (esp. AmE), exceed, go over, overspend
cut, reduce, slash, trim
boost, double, increase
fit

a product to fit all budgets

spend

They spent their entire budget on a new kitchen.

BUDGET + NOUN
expenditure
deficit, shortfall

The annual budget deficit for 2008 could run as high as $12.8 billion.

surplus
constraint, limit
cuts
plans, proposals
allocation
request (AmE)
crisis
Budget Day (= when the British government announces its budget)
director (AmE)
PREPOSITION
over budget, under budget

The project is now well over budget.

Costs have been held under budget.

on budget, within budget

All his projects are on time and on budget.

to keep within budget

in the budget

Is there any money left in the budget?

on a budget

This hotel caters for people on a tight budget.

budget for

The budget for next year has not yet been set.

budget of

a budget of $5 000

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verb
ADVERB
carefully, sensibly

If we budget carefully we should be able to afford a new car.

PREPOSITION
for

We have budgeted $10 000 for advertising.

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adj.
Budget is used with these nouns: ↑airline, ↑CD, ↑flight, ↑price, ↑traveller

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