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restrict

US [rɪˈstrɪkt]
UK [rɪ'strɪkt]
  • v.限制;约束;阻碍;束缚
  • Web限定;限制外表中的外键改动;制约
Simple Present:restricts  Present Participle:restricting  Past Tense:restricted  
restrict
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v.
1.
限制,限定(数量、范围等)to limit the size, amount or range of sth
Speed is restricted to 30 mph in towns.
在城里车速不得超过每小时 30 英里。
We restrict the number of students per class to 10.
我们将每个班的学生人数限定为 10 人。
Fog severely restricted visibility.
浓雾严重影响了能见度。
Having small children tends to restrict your freedom.
有了小孩往往会限制你的自由。
2.
~ sth
束缚;妨碍;阻碍to stop sb/sth from moving or acting freely
The long skirt restricted her movements.
长裙妨碍了她的行动。
3.
~ sth (to sb)
(以法规)限制to control sth with rules or laws
Access to the club is restricted to members only.
俱乐部仅对会员开放。
4.
~ yourself/sb (to sth/to doing sth)
约束;管束to allow yourself or sb to have only a limited amount of sth or to do only a particular kind of activity
I restrict myself to one cup of coffee a day.
我控制自己每天只喝一杯咖啡。

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