confine 的 2 个定义
- to enclose within bounds; limit or restrict: She confined her remarks to errors in the report. Confine your efforts to finishing the book.
- to shut or keep in; prevent from leaving a place because of imprisonment, illness, discipline, etc.: For that offense he was confined to quarters for 30 days.
confine 的近义词 33 个
- cool down
- hem in
- hold back
- put a lid on
- put away
- put on ice
- send up
- shut up
confine 的反义词 14 个
- For starters, more people will probably watch the game within the confines of their homes.
- From his confines in a Melbourne hotel room, the world’s 70th-ranked men’s tennis player is staging a clinic on the sport’s mental game.
- Due to close confines, too many deaths among inmates and correction officers have occurred nationally, and family and friend visitations are canceled.
- The trick is still mostly experimental, but it’s an example of thinking outside the artificial confines of a particular AI domain.
- Experts in psychology and decision-making say hostility toward wearing masks, even within the shared confines of a passenger jet, has been fueled by politicization — but also by skewed incentives and inconsistent messaging.
- It is naïve to imagine that a militarized police will confine itself to surgical strikes in crime-ridden areas.
- These questions simply will not confine themselves to quiet rooms.
- In war, for instance, we certainly mean to confine our aspirations for life to ourselves and our allies.
- Miss Gould will confine her lectures this week in English to the discussion of plays and play-making.
- No third mode of origin can be conceived, and we may safely confine ourselves to a review of these two claims.
- If he confine that slave in his house, and afterwards the slave has been seized in his hand, that man shall be put to death.
- So, we will name no chemicals or poisons but confine ourselves to effects and processes.
- We cannot confine the first refrain to one line only, as there is no stop at the end of l. 14.