Sinónimos de ration
a fixed allowance of something that is scarce, such as food or petrol in wartimeThe meat ration was down to one pound per person per week.
I weighed out my allowance of sugar.
The quota of four tickets per person had been reduced to two.
His meagre allotment of gas had to be saved for emergencies.
extra helpings of ice-cream
A large part of his earnings went on repaying the bank loan.
I have had more than my share of adventures.
The colonies were claiming a larger measure of self-government.
They hold out fragile arms for a dole of food.
his portion of the inheritance
to restrict the distribution of (something)Staples such as bread, rice and tea are already being rationed.
He limited payments on the country's foreign debt.
The government tried to control rising health-care costs.
a move to restrict the number of students on campus at any one time
The majority of people intend to save.
I'm learning how to budget my finances.
an increase in US aid to help developing countries conserve their forests
to distribute a fixed amount of something to each person in a groupI had a flask so I rationed out cups of tea.
He began to distribute jobs among his friends.
issue, , ,
He issued a statement denying the allegations.
Tickets will be allocated to those who apply first.
We were allotted half an hour to address the committee.
They are even-handed in apportioning the blame.
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in the sense of allocate
to assign to someone or for a particular purposeTickets will be allocated to those who apply first.
in the sense of allot
to assign as a share or for a particular purposeWe were allotted half an hour to address the committee.
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