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re·strict·ed

 (rĭ-strĭk′tĭd)
adj.
1. Kept within certain limits; limited: on a restricted diet.
2. Excluding or unavailable to certain groups: a restricted area.
3. Available only to authorized persons: a restricted file.

re·strict′ed·ly adv.
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restricted

(rɪˈstrɪktɪd)
adj
1. limited or confined
2. not accessible to the general public or (esp US) out of bounds to military personnel
3. (Automotive Engineering) Brit denoting or in a zone in which a speed limit or waiting restrictions for vehicles apply
reˈstrictedly adv
reˈstrictedness n
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re•strict•ed

(rɪˈstrɪk tɪd)

adj.
1. confined; limited.
2. available only to authorized persons.
3. excluding members of a particular group or class: a restricted neighborhood.
[1820–30]
re•strict′ed•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.restricted - subject to restriction or subjected to restriction; "of restricted importance"
classified - official classification of information or documents; withheld from general circulation; "thousands of classified documents have now been declassified"
confined - not free to move about
unfree - hampered and not free; not able to act at will
unrestricted - not subject to or subjected to restriction
2.restricted - restricted in meaning; (as e.g. `man' in `a tall man')
grammar - the branch of linguistics that deals with syntax and morphology (and sometimes also deals with semantics)
modified - changed in form or character; "their modified stand made the issue more acceptable"; "the performance of the modified aircraft was much improved"
3.restricted - the lowest level of official classification for documents
classified - official classification of information or documents; withheld from general circulation; "thousands of classified documents have now been declassified"
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restricted

adjective
1. limited, controlled, reduced, moderate, regulated a heavily restricted diet
2. cramped, small, tight, narrow, confined, inadequate, compact, constricted, poky Every inch counts in this restricted space.
3. private, closed off, off limits, out of bounds a restricted area
4. secret, reserved, exclusive, classified, top secret a highly restricted document
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restricted

adjective
1. Kept within certain limits:
2. Not total, unlimited, or wholehearted:
3. Excluding or unavailable to certain minorities:
4. Of or being information available only to authorized persons:
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Translations
مَحْدود بالقانونمَحْدود، ضَيِّق، صَغيرمَحْظور الدُّخول إليه، مُحَرَّم
omezenýs omezenou rychlostívyhrazenýzakázaný
begrænsetikke offentligt tilgængeliglukket
sem einungis er ætlaîur tilteknum aîilumsem er háîur reglum/takmörkunumtakmarkaîur
s obmedzenou rýchlosťouvyhradený
denetimlisınırlıyasak

restricted

[rɪsˈtrɪktɪd] ADJ
1. (= prohibited) → vedado, prohibido
restricted area (Mil) → zona f prohibida
2. (= limited) → limitado
restricted area (Brit) (Aut) → zona f de velocidad limitada
he has rather a restricted outlook (fig) → es de miras estrechas
3. (= kept small) [area, circulation] → reducido; [distribution] → restringido
restricted documentdocumento m de circulación restringida
restricted marketmercado m restringido
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restricted

[rɪˈstrɪktɪd] adj
(= limited) [diet, habitat, range, space] → restreint(e); [movement, powers] → restreint(e); [visibility, view] → restreint(e); [role, options] → restreint(e)
to be restricted to sb/sth [problem] → se limiter à qn/qch
The problem is not restricted to the southeast → Le problème ne se limite pas au Sud-Est.
restricted access → accès restreint
restricted visibility → visibilité restreinte
(British) (= classified) [document] → confidentiel(le)restricted area n
(out of bounds)zone f réglementée
(with speed limit)zone f à vitesse limitée
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restricted

adj
(= limited) viewbeschränkt, begrenzt; dieteingeschränkt; (Admin, Mil) document, informationgeheim; localitynur bestimmten Gruppen zugänglich; admissionbegrenzt; within a restricted area (= within limited area)auf begrenztem Gebiet
(= hindered) I feel too restricted in jeansich fühle mich in Jeans zu beengt
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restricted

[rɪˈstrɪktɪd] adj (gen) → limitato/a; (by law) → soggetto/a a restrizioni
he has rather a restricted outlook (fig) → ha una visione piuttosto limitata delle cose
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

restrict

(rəˈstrikt) verb
1. to keep within certain limits. I try to restrict myself / my smoking to five cigarettes a day; Use of the car-park is restricted to senior staff.
2. to make less than usual, desirable etc. He feels this new law will restrict his freedom.
reˈstricted adjective
1. limited; narrow, small. a restricted space.
2. to which entry has been restricted to certain people. The battlefield was a restricted zone.
3. in which certain restrictions (eg a speed limit) apply. a restricted area.
reˈstriction (-ʃən) noun
1. a rule etc that limits or controls. Even in a free democracy a person's behaviour must be subject to certain restrictions.
2. the act of restricting. restriction of freedom.
reˈstrictive (-tiv) adjective
restricting or intended to restrict.
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restricted

a. limitado-a, confinado;
___ areaárea ___.
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Why else do we still regard these works of the masters, from Giotto to the teacher of Raphael, with a kind of reverence and even a certain predilection, than because the fidelity of their endeavor and the great seriousness of their calm, voluntary restrictedness compel our respect and admiration?
Schelling, in The Philosophy of Art, sees "the restrictedness of the object" in Hellenistic didactic poetry, as opposed to the totalizing ambitions of Empedocles and Lucretius (Schelling 1989, 224 = Schelling 1856, V.663-64), as a gateway to what Snell calls the "post-philosophical" in Hellenistic poetry: its having "ceased to believe in the possibility of mastering the world by a theoretical control" (Snell 1953, 266-67).
Lauff and Werner [30] conjectured that the definition of the restrictedness of the CDD for a multimachine early/tardy job shop scheduling problem is a NP-hard problem.