Summary
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  1. constraint:
  2. Wiktionary:
  3. User Contributed Translations for constraint:
    • beperking, belemmering


English

Detailed Translations for constraint from English to Dutch

constraint:

constraint [the ~] noun

  1. the constraint
    – A restriction in a job that defines the environment parameters for which the job is valid. Constraint values come from dimensions. 1
    de beperking
  2. the constraint
    – A document property that restricts access to the business data within the document and specifies who can receive copies of the document. 1
    de beperking
  3. the constraint
    – A nonfunctional requirement that places a limit or dictates a limited range of possibilities. 1
    de beperking

Translation Matrix for constraint:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
beperking constraint condition; criterion; finite property; limitation; limited properties of work centers; restriction
- restraint
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- coercion; compulsion

Related Words for "constraint":

  • constraints

Synonyms for "constraint":


Related Definitions for "constraint":

  1. the act of constraining; the threat or use of force to control the thoughts or behavior of others2
  2. a device that retards something's motion2
  3. the state of being physically constrained2
  4. A restriction in a job that defines the environment parameters for which the job is valid. Constraint values come from dimensions.1
  5. A document property that restricts access to the business data within the document and specifies who can receive copies of the document.1
  6. A nonfunctional requirement that places a limit or dictates a limited range of possibilities.1

Wiktionary Translations for constraint:

constraint
noun
  1. mathematics: condition to a solution
  2. something that constrains

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
constraint dwang; verhindering; spanning contrainteviolence qu’on exercer contre quelqu’un, pour l’obliger à faire quelque chose malgré lui ou pour l’empêcher de faire ce qu’il vouloir.



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