from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. That which has not yet been allocated


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

un- +‎ allocated


  • I installed XP, it showed me the two partitions that i had deleted (which it termed unallocated partitions).

  • The missing $15.8 billion evaporated into a murky category that can be called unallocated costs.

  • The third party storage of precious metals takes on two distinct forms, generally referred to as unallocated and allocated.


  • Expense amounts not associated with segments are referred to as unallocated expenses.


  • China's reserves fall into the "unallocated" category, which accounts for 44.4% of all reserves.

    Dollar's Share Of World's Currency Reserves Slips

  • Second congressional hearing on HomeFed iffy: House to probe 'unallocated' funds.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Drumbeat to Boot Geithner Gets Louder, on Eve of Hearings on Disastrous Economic Crash

  • And you can tell that from the LBMA's website because they trade in "unallocated" accounts.

  • No, it is the most cynical and corrupt definition of "unallocated" … the customer has NO bullion allocated to him.

  • Other components included $49 trillion foreign exchange, $6.6 trillion equity-linked, $3.7 trillion commodity, the aforementioned $36 trillion CDS and $72 trillion "unallocated" (meaning they don't fall into any of these categories -- hmmm).

    GuruFocus Updates -

  • -- Gold owners should own real, physical gold, not "unallocated" paper (promises of) gold.

    Latest Articles


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.