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What is the opposite of budget?

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Noun
Opposite of the amount of money needed or available for a purpose
Noun
Opposite of a common fund into which all contributors pay and from which financial backing is provided
Noun
Opposite of the resources (usually money) required or used for a particular purpose
“The analysis will highlight how much income this business will yield and if the level of income is sufficient for the time and resources involved.”
Noun
Opposite of the cost incurred in the purchase of something
Noun
Opposite of a sum of money that has been saved or accumulated
“Although emotional and non-material factors are important, many significant contributors to a child’s happiness require financial expenditure.”
Noun
Opposite of a supply or quantity of something accumulated or available for future use
Adjective
Opposite of appropriate to a restricted budget
Adjective
(British, of prices) Opposite of extremely low in price as to be competitive
“I would love to expand our agenda in our itinerary but our budget just won't afford us those experiences with exorbitant prices!”
Verb
Opposite of to be frugal with or use sparingly
“The rich seldom admit that they waste money on frivolity, and rationalize conspicuous consumption as a necessary expenditure.”
Verb
Opposite of to design, organize or arrange something in a methodical manner
Verb
Opposite of to prepare something in advance
“The coach was out of ideas and it was now up the players to get creative and improvise.”
Verb
Opposite of to plan the look and function of a product by making a detailed drawing of it
“This is not the time and place to extemporize, because they will see right through our lack of planning.”
Verb
Opposite of to make an estimate of a total or value
“I know the exact number of people who will be attending next week's soiree.”
Verb
Opposite of to dedicate or set aside something for a particular purpose
“Following a meeting with threats to withhold council tax payments, the protest fizzled out in the face of an uncompromising council.”
Verb
Opposite of to make or get ready
“Is it possible for you to rearrange your schedule so that you can perform most of your specific tasks at the time of day that you are most energized?”
Verb
Opposite of to make arrangements or preparations for
“This last-minute call-up is going to ruin all my plans for the weekend.”
Verb
Opposite of to plan or put together the schedule of an event
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