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limit  Verb
Plural: limits
  1. Translate "limit" to Spanish: limitar, coartar, confinar, encorsetar
    English Synonyms of "limit": cut down, bound, narrow, restrict, set bounds to, stint
    Define meaning of "limit": Place limits on (extent or access). ; Restrict or confine, "I limit you to two visits to the pub a day".
  2. John limited the rules, Juan limitó las reglas.
    Restrict the use of this parking lot.
    Limit the time you can spend with your friends.

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  3. Translate "limit" to Spanish: delimitar, confinar
    English Synonyms of "limit": define, bound, delimit, delimitate, determine, limit off
    Define meaning of "limit": Place limits on (extent or access). ; Decide upon or fix definitely.
  4. Restrict the use of this parking lot.
    Limit the time you can spend with your friends.
    Fix the variables.
    Specify the parameters.

  5. Translate "limit" to Spanish: limitar, circunscribir, confinar
    English Synonyms of "limit": confine, circumscribe, box in
    Define meaning of "limit": Place limits on (extent or access). ; Restrict or confine, "I limit you to two visits to the pub a day". ; Decide upon or fix definitely.
  6. The doctor limited the patient, El médico limitó al paciente.
    Restrict the use of this parking lot.
    Limit the time you can spend with your friends.
    Fix the variables.
    Specify the parameters.


  7. Translate "limit" to Spanish: concretar

limit  Noun
  1. Translate "limit" to Spanish: límite, línea divisoria
    English Synonyms of "limit": border, borderline, boundary, boundary line, confine, dividing line, precinct
    Define meaning of "limit": The greatest possible degree of something. ; The boundary of a specific area.
  2. What he did was beyond the bounds of acceptable behavior.
    To the limit of his ability.

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  3. Translate "limit" to Spanish: tope, límite
    English Synonyms of "limit": cap, bound
    Define meaning of "limit": The greatest possible degree of something. ; As far as something can go. ; The greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed.
  4. What he did was beyond the bounds of acceptable behavior.
    To the limit of his ability.
    There are limits on the amount you can bet.
    It is growing rapidly with no limitation in sight.

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  5. Translate "limit" to Spanish: parámetro
    English Synonyms of "limit": ambit, bound

Verb Conjugation for "limit"
Gerund: limiting

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Conceptually-related expressions of "limit"
above the limit
acceptance limit
access limit
action of cutting the portion of an image that is not within the defined limit
action with time limit
action without time limit
age limit
aggregate insurance limit
aggregate limit
agreed higher limit
agreed limit
annual aggregate limit
Anstie's limit
approval limit
assimilation limit
at the highest limit
at the limit of
audibility limit
basic limit
be filled to the limit
be occupied up to one's limit
be the limit
beyond the limit
bilateral credit limit
blanket limit
break the speed limit
buy-limit order
cartel to limit production
central limit theorem
Chandrasekhar limit
class limit
coinsurance limit
combined limit
confidence limit
cost limit
country limit
credit limit
credit limit check
custom limit
daily limit
daily price limit
daily trading limit
datum-limit register
debt limit
deferred approach to the limit
discretionary limit
DOS 640K limit
double nickel limit
elastic limit
emission limit
exceed one's limit of
exceed the limit of
excess limit
exercise limit
extend the time limit of
farthest limit
fatigue limit
federal debt limit
fiducial limit
fifty-five-mile-per-hour speed limit
floor limit
fluctuation limit
force beyond one's limit
foreign currency borrowing limit
free limit
free-limit loan
frequency-tuning range limit
give without limit
go the limit
go to the limit
having reached a specified upper limit
Hayflick's limit
income limit
information highway without a speed limit
insurance limit
interest rate limit
it is the limit
legal discount limit
legal lending limit
legal limit
lending limit
liquid limit
load limit
loan limit
mathematical limit
maximum residue limit
method of limit
miter limit
no-limit-order
occurrence limit
off-limit
overdraft limit
patience has its limit
permissible exposure limit
plastic limit
policy limit
position limit
practice limit
practice of slightly incising the leech so that it continues to ingest blood without limit
price limit
production limit
proportional limit
purchase amount approval limit
pursue something to the limit
pursue to the limit
put a limit
quantum limit
quota limit
reach a limit
reach the limit
reach the limit of
reach the very limit
relativistic limit
reporting limit
safe limit
satellite power flux density limit
saturation limit
short-term exposure limit
speed limit
speed limit zone
spend without limit
spending limit
split limit
stop limit order
stress limit
stretch the limit
strict time limit
swing limit
take to the limit
tax limit
that is the limit
that's the limit
the limit
the sky is the limit
the sky's the limit
the time limit expired
this is the limit
three-mile limit
threshold limit value
time limit
to the limit
to what extreme limit
to what limit
to which extreme limit
to which limit
to which wild limit
trading limit
upper age limit
upper limit
weight limit
without limit
without time limit
work at the physical or technical limit
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