NounBudget (plural Budgets)
- The amount of money or resources earmarked for a particular institution, activity or time-frame.
- An itemized summary of intended expenditure; usually coupled with expected revenue.
- (obsolete) A wallet, purse or bag.
Budget (not comparable)
- (intransitive) To construct or draw up a budget.
- (transitive) To provide funds, allow for in a budget.
- (transitive) To plan for the use of in a budget.
Adjectives for Budget
biennial; admirable; bearskin; balanced; moderate; scanty; heart-shaking; ordinary; family; tentative; extraordinary.
Verbs for Budget
balance—; institute -; Jeopardize—; promulgate—; prune—; reduce—; shape—; slash —; stagger under —s; swell—; tax—.
Adverbs for Budget
impecuniously; meticulously; biennially; admirably; annually; tentatively; shrewdly; dexterously; wisely; conservatively.
expense account, expenses, fagot, fardel, fasces, fascine, fate, finances, fork out, frugal, fund, funds, general expenses, go through, gob, group, half, halver, heap, helping, hoard, hunk, incur costs, indirect costs, inexpensive, interest, inventory, invest, kitty, labor costs, larder, large amount, lay out, liabilities, life savings, line up, lineup, list of agenda, lot, low, low-priced, manageable, mass, material, material costs, materials, materiel, means, measure, meed, menu, mess, moderate, modest, modicum, moiety, moneys, munitions, nest egg, nominal, nosegay, number, open the purse, operating costs, operating expense, outlay, outstanding accounts, overhead, pack, package, packet, parcel, part, pay, pay out, pecuniary resources, percentage, piece, pile, playbill, plenitude, plenty, pocket, pool, portion, posy, prime cost, program, program of operation, programma, proportion, prospectus, protocol, provisionment, provisions, purse, put out, quantity, quantum, quiver, quota, rake-off, ration, rations, reasonable, receipts, repertoire, repertory, replacement cost, reserves, resources, rick, roll, roster, rouleau, run through, savings, savings account, schedule, segment, sensible, shabby, share, shoddy, sink money in, slate, slice, small amount, small share, spend, splurge, squander, stack, stake, stock, stock-in-trade, stockpile, store, stores, substance, sum, supplies, supply on hand, swindle sheet, throw money around, token, total, treasure, treasury, truss, unexpensive, unit cost, unpaid accounts, unregistered bank account, wherewithal, within means, worth the money, Swiss bank account, abundance, accounts, accounts payable, accounts receivable, accumulation, agenda, aggregate, allotment, allowance, amassment, amount, assets, backlog, balance, bale, bank account, batch, batting order, big end, bigger half, bill, bill of fare, bindle, bit, bite, blueprint, bolt, book, bottom dollar, bouquet, budget items, budgeting, bulk, bunch, bundle, burden of expenditure, calendar, card, carrying charge, carte du jour, cash reserves, charges, cheap, checking account, chunk, clutch, collection, command of money, commissariat, commissary, commission, contingent, cornucopia, cost, cost of living, cost out, cost-of-living allowance, cost-of-living index, costing-out, costs, count, cumulation, cut, deal, deck, destiny, direct costs, disbursals, disburse, distributed costs, dividend, docket, dole, dose, dump, easy, economic, economy, end, equal share, exchequer, expend, expenditures, expense,
Recorded since 1432 as Middle English bogett, bouget, bowgette (“leather pouch”), from Old French bougette, the diminutive of bouge (“leather bag, wallet”) (also the root of bulge), itself from Latin bulga (“leather bag, bellow”), of Gaulish origin (Celtic, compare Old Irish bolg (“bag”), Breton bolc’h (“flax pod”)), a common root with the Germanic family (compare Dutch balg (“child”)), from the Proto-Indo-European *bhelgh-.
- Dutch: budget
- German: Budget
- French: budget
- Italian: budget
- (appropriate to a restricted budget): low-cost
- IPA: /bydʒɛt/ or /bydʒe/
From English, see above.
- A budget.
- IPA: /byd.ʒɛ/
From English, see above.
Budget m. (plural Budgets)
- A budget
From English budget.
budget m. inv.
- A budget
- a budget (a plan for economic spending)