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activate to assign (a military unit) to active status. [1/5 definitions]
allocate to assign or set aside (money or other resources) for some specific use. [1/2 definitions]
apportion to assign, adjust, or distribute parts so as to maintain the proper proportion; allot.
assignable combined form of assign.
attach to attribute; assign. [1/4 definitions]
billet1 to assign lodging to (a member of the military). [1/6 definitions]
burden1 to place a burden on; assign a burden to. [1/3 definitions]
calibrate to assign, verify, or correct the graduated markings on (a quantitative measuring instrument such as a thermometer). [1/2 definitions]
canton to assign lodging to (soldiers, troops, or the like); billet; quarter. [1/3 definitions]
consign to assign to a lesser place; banish, as from the mind; relegate. [1/4 definitions]
construe to comprehend or explain the meaning or intention of; assign a meaning to; interpret. [1/6 definitions]
decentralize to assign the powers and functions of (a central organization or service) to various local branches or entities. [1/2 definitions]
entrust to assign or hand over to someone, as for care, protection, or execution. [2 definitions]
front-load to assign the bulk of the expense or benefit of a financial process to its early stages. [1/2 definitions]
grade to assign a rank according to quality; give a grade to; evaluate. [1/9 definitions]
handicap to assign an advantage or disadvantage to, in a race or contest. [2/6 definitions]
heap to give, load, or assign in great quantity (usu. fol. by on or upon). [1/7 definitions]
job to assign (jobs) to various different contractors (often fol. by out). [1/10 definitions]
lay1 to assign or bestow. [1/15 definitions]
miscast to assign an unsuitable role to, esp. a theatrical role.
misdate to date incorrectly or assign an incorrect date to. [1/2 definitions]