setaside

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Etymology[edit]

set +‎ aside, from the verb phrase.

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setaside (plural setasides)

  1. An amount of money or resources put aside for a specific purpose.
    • 1992, Paula Duggan, Making sense of federal dollars (page 27)
      Setasides are stated either in dollar amounts or as a percentage of total funds; in either case, setasides are taken "off the top" of the program's funds.

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