restrict / rɪˈstrɪkt /


restrict 的定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to confine or keep within limits, as of space, action, choice, intensity, or quantity.

restrict 近义词

v. 动词 verb

confine, limit situation or ability to participate


  1. The commission proposes that human germline editing should be restricted to serious genetic diseases caused by specific versions of single genes that are virtually guaranteed to cause the disease if inherited.
  2. It was after that this president restricted travel and was still being called a bigot.
  3. At the same time, it restricted the ability of state governments to regulate their own waters.
  4. The Annapolis housing authority restricts payments that cover only part of a month, said Cia Cook, the agency’s chief financial officer.
  5. Online grocers and e-commerce platforms are suspending some home deliveries, restricting online purchases of certain items, and limiting new customers.
  6. “People will move between countries, even when governments restrict travel and trade,” Frieden said this week.
  7. They restrict themselves to just the iranian [sic] community, and not the rest of toronto.
  8. Democrats want to expand the electorate, and Republicans want to restrict it.
  9. No laws or executive orders should be imposed to limit or restrict access to this type of therapy.
  10. I wonder if they are now thinking of how to impose a Twitter-ID law to restrict access?
  11. But if you restrict it, to the sense in which it is commonly applied to the angelic sex, I am not prepared to answer.
  12. Thus, as for religion, in order to satisfy the requirements of the definition, I must restrict myself to my ancestral religion.
  13. It has as yet suffered no loss and is able to restrict its loss to a minimum by limiting the loan to a particular figure.
  14. The question of reform arose—how to restrict the number of nobles, which increased every year.
  15. The problem still remained, how to get the House of Lords to pass a “law” to restrict their own powers.