English

Detailed Synonyms for limited in English

limited:

limited adj

  1. limited
  2. limited
  3. limited
  4. limited
    – including only a part 1
    limited
    – including only a part 1
  5. limited
    – not unlimited 1
    limited
    – not unlimited 1
    • limited adj
      • a limited list of choices1
  6. limited
    – having a specific function or scope 1
    limited; special
    – having a specific function or scope 1
    • limited adj
    • special adj
      • a special (or specific) role in the mission1
  7. limited
    – small in range or scope 1
    limited
    – small in range or scope 1
    • limited adj
      • limited war1
      • a limited success1
      • a limited circle of friends1
  8. limited
    – not excessive 1
    limited
    – not excessive 1
  9. limited
    – mediocre 1
    limited; modified
    – mediocre 1
  10. limited
    – subject to limits or subjected to limits 1
    limited; circumscribed
    – subject to limits or subjected to limits 1

limited [the ~] noun

  1. the limited
    – public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops 1
    the express; the limited
    – public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops 1
    • express [the ~] noun
      • he caught the express to New York1
    • limited [the ~] noun

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Alternate Synonyms for "limited":


Antonyms for "limited":


Related Definitions for "limited":

  1. including only a part1
  2. not unlimited1
    • a limited list of choices1
  3. having a specific function or scope1
  4. small in range or scope1
    • limited war1
    • a limited success1
    • a limited circle of friends1
  5. not excessive1
  6. mediocre1
  7. subject to limits or subjected to limits1
  8. public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops1

limit:

to limit verb (limits, limited, limiting)

  1. to limit
    to confine; to limit; to reduce; to cut back
    • confine verb (confines, confined, confining)
    • limit verb (limits, limited, limiting)
    • reduce verb (reduces, reduced, reducing)
    • cut back verb (cuts back, cut back, cutting back)
  2. to limit
    restrict; to encapsulate; to confine; to limit; to enclose; envelope; to embank; to dam
    • restrict verb
    • encapsulate verb (encapsulates, encapsulated, encapsulating)
    • confine verb (confines, confined, confining)
    • limit verb (limits, limited, limiting)
    • enclose verb (encloses, enclosed, enclosing)
    • envelope verb
    • embank verb (embanks, embanked, embanking)
    • dam verb (dams, dammed, damming)
  3. to limit
    to bound; to enclose; to limit; to surround; to end
    • bound verb (bounds, bounded, bounding)
    • enclose verb (encloses, enclosed, enclosing)
    • limit verb (limits, limited, limiting)
    • surround verb (surrounds, surrounded, surrounding)
    • end verb (ends, ended, ending)
  4. to limit
    – place limits on (extent or access) 1
    to bound; to confine; restrict; to restrain; to limit; to throttle; trammel
    – place limits on (extent or access) 1
    • bound verb (bounds, bounded, bounding)
    • confine verb (confines, confined, confining)
    • restrict verb
      • restrict the use of this parking lot1
    • restrain verb (restrains, restrained, restraining)
    • limit verb (limits, limited, limiting)
      • limit the time you can spend with your friends1
    • throttle verb (throttles, throttled, throttling)
    • trammel verb
  5. to limit
    – restrict or confine, 1
    to confine; to limit; to circumscribe
    – restrict or confine, 1
    • confine verb (confines, confined, confining)
    • limit verb (limits, limited, limiting)
      • I limit you to two visits to the pub a day1
    • circumscribe verb (circumscribes, circumscribed, circumscribing)
  6. to limit
    – decide upon or fix definitely 1
    to determine; to define; to set; to fix; to limit; to specify
    – decide upon or fix definitely 1
    • determine verb (determines, determined, determining)
    • define verb (defines, defined, defining)
    • set verb (sets, set, setting)
    • fix verb (fixes, fixed, fixing)
      • fix the variables1
    • limit verb (limits, limited, limiting)
    • specify verb (specifies, specified, specifying)
      • specify the parameters1

Conjugations for limit:

present
  1. limit
  2. limit
  3. limits
  4. limit
  5. limit
  6. limit
simple past
  1. limited
  2. limited
  3. limited
  4. limited
  5. limited
  6. limited
present perfect
  1. have limited
  2. have limited
  3. has limited
  4. have limited
  5. have limited
  6. have limited
past continuous
  1. was limiting
  2. were limiting
  3. was limiting
  4. were limiting
  5. were limiting
  6. were limiting
future
  1. shall limit
  2. will limit
  3. will limit
  4. shall limit
  5. will limit
  6. will limit
continuous present
  1. am limiting
  2. are limiting
  3. is limiting
  4. are limiting
  5. are limiting
  6. are limiting
subjunctive
  1. be limited
  2. be limited
  3. be limited
  4. be limited
  5. be limited
  6. be limited
diverse
  1. limit!
  2. let's limit!
  3. limited
  4. limiting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

limit [the ~] noun

  1. the limit
    the limiting value; the limit; the limiting factor
  2. the limit
    the utmost; the last-ditch; the extreme; the limit
  3. the limit
    the boundary; the restriction; the limit
  4. the limit
    – the greatest possible degree of something 1
    the bound; the boundary; the limit
    – the greatest possible degree of something 1
    • bound [the ~] noun
      • what he did was beyond the bounds of acceptable behavior1
    • boundary [the ~] noun
    • limit [the ~] noun
      • to the limit of his ability1
  5. the limit
    – the boundary of a specific area 1
    the limit; the demarcation; the demarcation line
    – the boundary of a specific area 1
  6. the limit
    – as far as something can go 1
    the limit
    – as far as something can go 1
  7. the limit
    – the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed 1
    the limit; the limitation
    – the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed 1
    • limit [the ~] noun
      • there are limits on the amount you can bet1
    • limitation [the ~] noun
      • it is growing rapidly with no limitation in sight1
  8. the limit
    – the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity 1
    the limit; the limit point; the point of accumulation
    – the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity 1
  9. the limit
    – final or latest limiting point 1
    the limit; the terminus ad quem; the terminal point
    – final or latest limiting point 1

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Related Definitions for "limit":

  1. the greatest possible degree of something1
    • to the limit of his ability1
  2. the boundary of a specific area1
  3. as far as something can go1
  4. the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed1
    • there are limits on the amount you can bet1
  5. the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity1
  6. final or latest limiting point1
  7. place limits on (extent or access)1
    • limit the time you can spend with your friends1
  8. restrict or confine,1
    • I limit you to two visits to the pub a day1
  9. decide upon or fix definitely1

Related Synonyms for limited