Translation of pennyworth in Spanish:

pennyworth

Pronunciation /ˈpɛnɪwəːθ//ˈpɛniˌwərθ/

noun

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    a pennyworth of pins un penique de alfileres
    • But then I never have found a conspiracy theory worth wrapping six penn'orth of chips in.
    • Quickly I gave my order, ‘a loaf, a pot of jam and a pennyworth of sweets.’
    • In any mind which has a pennyworth of imagination it produces a good attitude towards foreigners.
    • Meter charges for Wood Street and the Square will not make a pennyworth of difference.
    • I think it's high time we called a halt to all those penn'orths of tar we've been applying to the ship.
    • It seems quite possible that the same readers bought both pennyworths.
    • All of them, appropriately for a bank, contributed their pennyworth.
    • He smiled at Chrissy through the car window as he squirted the last pennyworth in and twisted the petrol cap back on.
    • The prosecutor told the court that the defendant had purchased two pennyworth of sweets and then went round the side of the stall and ‘gave it a push’ sending the stall crashing to the ground.
    • If we went round the moon it would not make a pennyworth of difference to me or to my work.