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Adjective
Having distinct limits or boundaries
“Activities shall take place only within the restricted area.”
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Limited or restricted in space or extent
“Such a narrative speaks to the difficulties of navigating around, and living within, a restricted space and how this can erode a sense of personal control and self-determination.”
Adjective
Regulated or controlled
“He was now placed on a restricted diet consisting of 1 lb. of lean chop or steak, taken at breakfast and dinner, three or four pieces of gluten bread, and from 7 to 8 pints of skim-milk, daily.”
Adjective
Off-limits, with restricted access
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“The restricted area shall not be open to swimming, fishing, water-skiing, mooring, or anchorage.”
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Secret or confidential in nature
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“If that is a restricted document, Commander, why would you send it to your private office?”
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Restricted in physical movement
“You might be in a straitjacket, or you might find yourself locked down with straps, tied up with rope, restricted with chains, restrained with handcuffs, kept from moving.”
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Hampered in progress or movement
“Areas of general concern include the restricted progress of bilingual pupils.”
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Marked by a low amount or deficiency
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Insular in one's views, opinions or outlook
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(of a rule or discipline) Rigidly enforced, typically demanding total obedience or observance
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Depending on other factors
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Not having all the necessary or appropriate parts
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Repressed or suppressed, especially of emotions or impulses
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Physically imprisoned or incarcerated
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Only admitting a select group of people
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Unable to progress due to constraints
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Having been firmly established and typically not subject to change
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Restricted to the person, group, or area concerned
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(of a faculty or part of the body) Reduced in quality or efficacy
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Separated or isolated from others, or from another group
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Trapped and forced into a position where escape or evasion is limited or impossible
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Characterized by a reduced caloric content
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Referring to devices, typically weapons
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Restricted or stymied from progressing or producing results
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Exclusive to, or for, someone, something or a group
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Kept (in reserve) specially for a particular person
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Uniquely connected with someone or something
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Being in a disadvantaged or compromised state
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Restraining behavior or appetite
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Relating to or constituting a particular form or dialect of a language
Determiner
Emphasizing insignificance
Verb
Past tense for to keep within certain limits
“At Cape Girardeau, we severely restrict the speed limit to 15 miles per hour for most trucks because the bridge was not designed to carry modern weight loads.”
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Past tense for to reduce the usage or consumption of
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“You should aspire to restrict your consumption of sugar to less than 5% of your daily calories.”
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Past tense for to deprive (someone or something) of freedom of movement or action
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“To what extent should governments be allowed to restrict the import of goods believed to be damaging to the health of the population?”
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Past tense for to stop, hinder or impede the flow or progress of
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Past tense for to refrain from openly expressing or displaying
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Past tense for to hamper or hinder the development or activity of
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Past tense for to reduce in size, especially through the application of pressure
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Past tense for to prohibit or interdict a given action or process
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Past tense for to hem in or close off on all sides
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Past tense for to bind, compel, constrain, or oblige by a social, legal, or moral tie
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Past tense for to reduce in extent, duration or quantity
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Past tense for to be very economical or mean about spending or providing something
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Past tense for to restrict or stipulate for a specific purpose
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Past tense for to imprison, confine or incarcerate someone
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Past tense for to be detrimental to
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Past tense for to reject or block (a motion or proposal)
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Past tense for to commit or set apart for a particular purpose
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Past tense for to cause to be severely weakened or powerless
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Past tense for to neutralize or render ineffective
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Past tense for to surround and enclose in a way that restricts movement
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Past tense for to stop and confront (with questions or accusations)
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