*limit* 的 **2** 个定义

- the final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point as to extent, amount, continuance, procedure, etc.: the limit of his experience; the limit of vision.
- a boundary or bound, as of a country, area, or district.
- Mathematics. a number such that the value of a given function remains arbitrarily close to this number when the independent variable is sufficiently close to a specified point or is sufficiently large. The limit of 1/x is zero as x approaches infinity; the limit of2 is zero as x approaches 1.a number such that the absolute value of the difference between terms of a given sequence and the number approaches zero as the index of the terms increases to infinity.one of two numbers affixed to the integration symbol for a definite integral, indicating the interval or region over which the integration is taking place and substituted in a primitive, if one exists, to evaluate the integral.
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- to restrict by or as if by establishing limits: Please limit answers to 25 words.
- to confine or keep within limits: to limit expenditures.
- Law. to fix or assign definitely or specifically.

*limit* 近义词

greatest extent

*limit* 的近义词 **44** 个

- cap
- ceiling
- check
- curb
- deadline
- maximum
- restraint
- restriction
- absolute
- border
- bound
- bourne
- brim
- brink
- circumscription
- conclusion
- confinement
- confines
- destination
- edge
- end
- extremity
- fence
- finality
- goal
- limitation
- margin
- obstruction
- rim
- termination
- tops
- ultimate
- utmost
- verge
- bitter end
- bottom line
- breaking point
- cutoff point
- end point
- far out
- farthest point
- farthest reach
- the max
- the most

*limit* 的反义词 **13** 个

physical boundary

confine, restrict

#### 更多*limit*例句

- However, Texas maintains strict limits on who can vote by mail.
- The reality is that SEO agencies have versatile profiles which support them in a particular market, but can become limits for other types of development.
- Of all of the restrictions, the most impactful has been the off-limit “target area” – a precise locations that is off limits to individuals named on the gang injunction.
- Moreover, for all the social neediness of others that Terry had bathed in, his sudden disclosures suggested his time for listening had reached a
*limit*. - Chemical clues within these superdeep diamonds suggest that there’s a previously unknown
*limit*to how deep Earth’s carbon cycle goes. - Environmentalists today generally prefer to
*limit*roads and block new water projects, even in parched California. - This approach would greatly
*limit*his appeal beyond the Northeast and the west coast. - The argument now is how to
*limit*certain types of plays that banks can make under certain circumstances. - The foremost trendsetter of Scandi-sleek design and New Nordic food knows no
*limit*to its progressive reputation. - Sadly, laws throughout the Middle East—from North Africa to the Gulf—limit the rights of religious minorities and non-believers.
- The controlling center of consciousness is the extreme
*limit*of the nares anteri. - They had been permitted to sit up till after the ice-cream, which naturally marked the
*limit*of human indulgence. - Another way of learning such a series by rote, is to
*limit*the extent of the repetitions. - There was no need of Lawrence signaling Dan to come on, for the squad were urging their horses to the
*limit*. - McNeil, his force now augmented by Shaffer's, resolved to push Porter to the
*limit*, and if possible bring him to battle.