Translation of serving in Spanish:


porción, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsəːvɪŋ//ˈsərvɪŋ/


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    porción feminine
    ración feminine
    • You may want to prepare several servings ahead of time and reheat them in the morning.
    • Both items were served on hot plates, were large servings and were very good.
    • Guests serve themselves, and replenish their servings with their own chopsticks.
    • Small servings of fast food and beverages are eliminated in order to charge and waste more.
    • Also include one or two servings of whole grains such as brown rice once or twice a day.
    • I was able to eat two servings of bacon and eggs with French toast and to top it off, I drank three cups of coffee.
    • Around four servings of milk, fortified orange juice, or yoghurt are required for the full effect.
    • One focus group of women wanted a smaller wedge for estimating pie or cake servings.
    • Mix it all together, and dole out servings on plates or, if you have them, in pasta bowls.
    • Divide the kidneys into four servings and cut the butter into thin slices.
    • Chips and ice cream will be rationed to one or two servings a week.
    • The average Chinese diet features hearty servings of all of these vegetables.
    • The simplest advice is to eat at least two servings of seafood a week to lower your risk of sudden cardiac death.
    • Try to eat at least the number of servings per day listed for each food group.
    • Andrew took two plates out of the cupboard and dished out servings for both of them.
    • Bodybuilders should consume at least eight servings of fruit and vegetables a day.
    • Laura began to cook more and often adjusted recipes to prepare one or two servings, instead of four or more.
    • Have at least five servings of fruits or vegetables a day.
    • Nor does it mean that one serving of spinach is worth ten servings of peas.
    • After she placed ample servings on each plate, the three settled down to eat.