- tufa 'aigafaasoasoarationingle vaega o meaai
Noun(1) the food allowance for one day (especially for service personnel(2) a fixed portion that is allotted (especially in times of scarcity
Verb(1) restrict the consumption of a relatively scarce commodity, as during war(2) distribute in rations, as in the army
(1) 1918 saw the bread ration reduced on two occasions(2) All milking females are fed the same ration and no allowances is made for stage of lactation.(3) Ivan Denisovich eats the half ration of bread he brought with him.(4) Sweets had gone on ration in 1939, along with sugar and most other food and clothing items.(5) Smith went through his ration of nine overs in one go for 2-29, his second success being with the assistance of a splendid low catch on the boundary by Dave Ellis.(6) For example, it significantly reduced ration and fuel costs through consolidated contracting and distribution.(7) Where latitude does have an important influence on the resultant wine is in the annual ration of sunlight, vital for photosynthesis, but often overlooked by those preoccupied by temperature.(8) He bursts into laughter as he recalls the time a soldier from Liverpool accidentally dropped his bread ration into the soup.(9) In fact, we've had a good ration of bright sunny days.(10) He remembers his shock in the infant class when he was expected to work with the tiniest ration of clay he had ever seen.(11) They came out dry and floury, like something one would expect from a wartime ration .(12) Although even those sacred cows have had their hay ration reduced in the last few years.(13) Slave families typically received a scant weekly ration of cornmeal and fatty pork.(14) There's a crunchy ration of grit tracked in to the hall and kitchen now, joining with the Dolly-fluff to show just how very bad I am at routine vacuuming.(15) So the refugees are having to swap some of their meager food ration for other vital supplies that they are not given.(16) He states that with a ration of only two ballpoint pens each month he ├ö├ç├┐made art├ö├ç├û with the ├ö├ç├┐most banal├ö├ç├û of instruments.
(1) ration book :: tusi tufa 'aiga
1. allowance ::
3. quota ::
4. quantum ::
5. share ::
6. portion ::
7. helping ::
8. amount ::
9. quantity ::
10. measure ::
11. proportion ::
12. percentage ::
13. control ::
14. limit ::
15. restrict ::
16. conserve ::
Different Formsration, rationed, rationing, rations
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You are going to give her
your food RATION every day.
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