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Spanish translation of “ration”

ration

noun /ˈrӕʃən/
a measured amount of food etc allowed during a particular period of time
ración
The soldiers were each given a ration of food for the day.
rations noun plural the amount of food allowed to a soldier etc
ración
People had to survive on rations during the war.
ration out phrasal verb to give or allow a ration of (food etc ), eg to a number of people.
racionar
(Definition of ration from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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