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un·lim·it·ed

 (ŭn-lĭm′ĭ-tĭd)
adj.
1. Having no restrictions or controls: an unlimited travel ticket.
2. Having or seeming to have no boundaries; infinite: an unlimited horizon.
3. Without qualification or exception; absolute: unlimited self-confidence.

un·lim′it·ed·ly adv.

unlimited

(ʌnˈlɪmɪtɪd)
adj
1. without limits or bounds: unlimited knowledge.
2. not restricted, limited, or qualified: unlimited power.
3. (Banking & Finance) finance
a. (of liability) not restricted to any unpaid portion of nominal capital invested in a business
b. (of a business enterprise) having owners with such unlimited liability
unˈlimitedly adv
unˈlimitedness n

un•lim•it•ed

(ʌnˈlɪm ɪ tɪd)

adj.
1. without limitations or restrictions.
2. boundless; infinite; vast: the unlimited skies.
3. without any qualification or exception; unconditional.
[1400–50]
un•lim′it•ed•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unlimited - having no limits in range or scopeunlimited - having no limits in range or scope; "to start with a theory of unlimited freedom is to end up with unlimited despotism"- Philip Rahv; "the limitless reaches of outer space"
limited - small in range or scope; "limited war"; "a limited success"; "a limited circle of friends"
2.unlimited - without reservation or exception
unqualified - not limited or restricted; "an unqualified denial"
3.unlimited - that cannot be entirely consumed or used upunlimited - that cannot be entirely consumed or used up; "an inexhaustible supply of coal"
infinite - having no limits or boundaries in time or space or extent or magnitude; "the infinite ingenuity of man"; "infinite wealth"

unlimited

adjective
1. infinite, endless, countless, great, vast, extensive, immense, stellar (informal), limitless, boundless, incalculable, immeasurable, unbounded, illimitable An unlimited number of copies can be made from the original.
infinite limited, finite, bounded, confined

unlimited

adjective
Translations
neomezený
rajatonrajoittamaton
végtelen
無制限な無限な

unlimited

[ʌnˈlɪmɪtɪd]
A. ADJ [travel, amount, access, use] → ilimitado; [patience] → inagotable
we have not got unlimited fundsno tenemos fondos ilimitados
they had unlimited timeno tenían límite de tiempo
B. CPD unlimited company N (Comm, Jur) → compañía f ilimitada
unlimited liability N (Comm, Jur) → responsabilidad f ilimitada
unlimited mileage Nkilometraje m ilimitado

unlimited

[ʌnˈlɪmɪtɪd] adj [supply, number, access] → illimité(e)
a ticket that allows unlimited travel → un ticket qui donne droit à un nombre illimité de voyages

unlimited

adj wealth, timeunbegrenzt; power alsoschrankenlos; patienceunendlich; access, useuneingeschränkt

unlimited

[ʌnˈlɪmɪtɪd] adj (time, power) → illimitato/a; (wealth) → smisurato/a
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As the count's title sounded on his ear he rose, and addressing his colleagues, who were members of one or the other Chamber, he said, -- "Gentlemen, pardon me for leaving you so abruptly; but a most ridiculous circumstance has occurred, which is this, -- Thomson & French, the Roman bankers, have sent to me a certain person calling himself the Count of Monte Cristo, and have given him an unlimited credit with me.
Had the argument from the British example been truly stated, it would have stood thus: The term for which supplies may be appropriated to the army establishment, though unlimited by the British Constitution, has nevertheless, in practice, been limited by parliamentary discretion to a single year.
The prospect from this summit was almost unlimited.
Your toilet must be provided for, and you shall have everything that an unlimited head chambermaid--by which expression I mean a head chambermaid not limited as to outlay--can procure.
They may prefer a system which would give unlimited scope to all nations to be the carriers as well as the purchasers of their commodities.
We have now considered that art of money-getting which is not necessary, and have seen in what manner we became in want of it; and also that which is necessary, which is different from it; for that economy which is natural, and whose object is to provide food, is not like this unlimited in its extent, but has its bounds.
He is so accustomed to unlimited power that he is terrible, and now he has this authority of a commander in chief of the recruiting, granted by the Emperor.
Temperate as he had always been, save on rare occasions, now that he had the wherewithal for unlimited drinks and had daily access to them, he drank even less.
Tragedy," it has been said, "is poetry in its deepest earnest; comedy is poetry in unlimited jest.
Unlimited power is the ideal thing when it is in safe hands.
The young woman was placed in one of the waiting-rooms of the station, whilst Passepartout was charged with purchasing for her various articles of toilet, a dress, shawl, and some furs; for which his master gave him unlimited credit.
If the people dislike their President, they may get rid of him in four years; whereas a dynasty of kings may wear the crown for an unlimited period.