As nouns the difference between ration and sation
is that ration
is while sation
is (obsolete) a sowing or planting.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A portion designated to a person or group.
To supply with a ration; to limit (someone) to a specific allowance of something.
To portion out (especially during a shortage of supply); to limit access to.
- We rationed ourselves to three sips of water a day until we were rescued.
To restrict (an activity etc.)
- By the third day on the raft, we had to ration our water.
- Our present health care system is rationed only to those who can afford it because of unnecessary high cost, lack of insurance coverage by 47 million people, and exorbitant prescription prices.
(obsolete) A sowing or planting.
- (Sir Thomas Browne)