restriction / rɪˈstrɪk ʃən /


restriction 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. something that restricts; a restrictive condition or regulation; limitation.
  2. the act of restricting.
  3. the state of being restricted.

restriction 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Texas have various restrictions.
  2. It puts a layer in there that will stall getting workers back to work and they will have restrictions that other businesses won’t have.
  3. They’re defined less by border restrictions than by the potential for domestic tourism.
  4. By the time we started, the entire trail was open, but there were still some restrictions in the northern-most states.
  5. Even now, speed limits and other restrictions make many online services virtually unusable.
  6. The restriction came as a shock to Jarrar, who frequently travels to his many international exhibitions.
  7. Caloric restriction has also been shown to have an effect on thyroid hormones, specifically T3.
  8. The restriction on the use of hands (decried by some soccer-objectors, including myself until we beat Ghana) is sensible.
  9. The hardest condition to live with for Bartiromo was the Internet restriction.
  10. Indeed, it highlights that such a restriction should not exist at all.
  11. Their present restriction and partial extermination have been due to the incursions of the warlike Malays.
  12. In the colony of British Guiana there had been an old law, which permitted the importation of labourers without restriction.
  13. Are not all these promises given in a general way, without restriction as to time, place, or persons?
  14. There is either no restriction, or none that Ptolemy thought worth mentioning, in the choice of the key and species.
  15. From the middle of the 17th century their trade was not free, but this was the only restriction from which they suffered.