Definition of budget :
1. A bag or sack with its contents; hence, a stock or store; an accumulation; as, a budget of inventions.
2. The annual financial statement which the British chancellor of the exchequer makes in the House of Commons. It comprehends a general view of the finances of the country, with the proposed plan of taxation for the ensuing year. The term is sometimes applied to a similar statement in other countries.
financial plan, planned disbursement, allocations, big, body, resources, estimated expenses, means, corpus, budgetary figures, financial statement, spending plan, bulk, cost of operation, amount, quantity, cost of living, accounts, funds
list (part of speech: verb)
file, tablet, book, logbook, menu, tabulate, chronicle, lexicon, summarize, store, documentation, statement, diary, check, daybook, scrapbook, pad, collect, catalog, score, history, enumeration, waybill, itemize, novel, census, collection, count, repertory, detail, journalize, list, cash book, bank-book, thesaurus, bill, annals, record, summary, blank-book, storybook, roster, tally, log, workbook, itemization, notebook, annual, note, recount, sum, scroll, registry, digest, calendar, treasury, album, enumerate, audit, table, yearbook, recording, dictionary, manifest, document, index
cheap (part of speech: adjective)
portion (part of speech: verb)
allotment (part of speech: noun)
economize (part of speech: verb)
allot (part of speech: verb)
account (part of speech: noun)
- The Stamp Act was repealed only to give place to a more voracious and obnoxious budget of Acts. - "Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution", L. Carroll Judson.
- Not only did the budget remain a mystery, but it was afterwards discovered that the accounts were frequently not made up and balanced. - "The Roman Question", Edmond About.
- The details of the budget system of the national government if one has been created by the time you study this chapter. - "Community Civics and Rural Life", Arthur W. Dunn.