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ration. ( ˈræʃən) n. 1. a. a fixed allowance of food, provisions, etc, esp a statutory one for civilians in time of scarcity or soldiers in time of war: a tea ration. b. ( as modifier ): a ration book.What does ration mean?
ration(noun) the food allowance for one day (especially for service personnel) "the rations should be nutritionally balanced". ration(verb) a fixed portion that is allotted (especially in times of scarcity) ration(verb) restrict the consumption of a relatively scarce commodity, as during war.What is the noun for ration?
ration. noun. /ˈræʃn/. /ˈræʃn/. jump to other results. [countable] a fixed amount of food, fuel, etc. that you are officially allowed to have when there is not enough for everyone to have as much as they want, for example during a war. the weekly butter ration.What does it mean to ration supplies?
Rationing means that you are limited in what you are allowed to purchase. It was used during World War II to ensure the troops had enough supplies while those at home could only buy limited quantities of butter, sugar, or gasoline. It may surprise you to learn that rationing takes place today in healthcare.