limit / ˈlɪm ɪt /


limit2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point as to extent, amount, continuance, procedure, etc.: the limit of his experience; the limit of vision.
  2. a boundary or bound, as of a country, area, or district.
  3. 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 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.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to restrict by or as if by establishing limits: Please limit answers to 25 words.
  2. to confine or keep within limits: to limit expenditures.
  3. Law. to fix or assign definitely or specifically.

limit 近义词

n. 名词 noun

greatest extent

n. 名词 noun

physical boundary

v. 动词 verb

confine, restrict


  1. However, Texas maintains strict limits on who can vote by mail.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Chemical clues within these superdeep diamonds suggest that there’s a previously unknown limit to how deep Earth’s carbon cycle goes.
  6. Environmentalists today generally prefer to limit roads and block new water projects, even in parched California.
  7. This approach would greatly limit his appeal beyond the Northeast and the west coast.
  8. The argument now is how to limit certain types of plays that banks can make under certain circumstances.
  9. The foremost trendsetter of Scandi-sleek design and New Nordic food knows no limit to its progressive reputation.
  10. Sadly, laws throughout the Middle East—from North Africa to the Gulf—limit the rights of religious minorities and non-believers.
  11. The controlling center of consciousness is the extreme limit of the nares anteri.
  12. They had been permitted to sit up till after the ice-cream, which naturally marked the limit of human indulgence.
  13. Another way of learning such a series by rote, is to limit the extent of the repetitions.
  14. There was no need of Lawrence signaling Dan to come on, for the squad were urging their horses to the limit.
  15. McNeil, his force now augmented by Shaffer's, resolved to push Porter to the limit, and if possible bring him to battle.