- 1 (unit) onza (feminine) ([ 28,35 gramos ])More example sentences
- Most cohort members reported their offspring's birth weights in pounds and ounces.
- For the cauliflower foam: Melt two and one-half ounces of the butter in a saucepan until foaming.
- For the mushroom rillettes, in a medium saucepan, melt four ounces of butter over medium heat.
- 2 (American English/inglés norteamericano) fluid ounce
- 3 (small quantity) (no plural/sin plural) if you had an ounce of decency/sense/courage … si tuvieras una pizca de vergüenza/sentido común/valor … there's not an ounce of evidence no existe la más mínima prueba with his last ounce of strength con las últimas fuerzas que le quedabanMore example sentences
- The crew recites the dialogue by heart and mimics the actors without an ounce of embarrassment.
- But if the commentor is right, it would be an even more ridiculous point to make - pure smear, without an ounce of journalistic content.
- The tiny hotel, technically a ‘restaurant with rooms’ as it has only five of them, is a haven of oak-beamed loveliness without an ounce of tweeness to spoil it.