- I(Roget's IV) modif.Syn. limited, confined, restrained, circumscribed, curbed, bound, prescribed, checked, bounded, inhibited, hampered, marked, defined, delimited, encircled, surrounded, shut in, hitched, tethered, chained, fastened, secured, bridled, held in, held back, held down, reined in, controlled, governed, deterred, impeded, stayed, stopped, suppressed, repressed, prevented, trammeled, fettered, deprived, blocked, barred, obstructed, dammed, clogged, manacled, frustrated, embarrassed, baffled, foiled, shrunken, narrowed, straitened, cramped, shortened, decreased, diminished, reduced, moderated, tempered, modified, qualified, out of bounds, off-limits; see also bound 1 , 2 .II(Roget's Thesaurus II) adjective 1. Kept within certain limits: limited. See LIMITED. 2. Not total, unlimited, or wholehearted: limited, modified, qualified, reserved. See BIG, LIMITED. 3. Excluding or unavailable to certain minorities: segregated. See INCLUDE, LIMITED. 4. Of or being information available only to authorized persons: classified, confidential, privileged. See SHOW.
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restricted — re·strict·ed adj: subject or subjected to restriction a restricted area restricted use Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. restricted … Law dictionary
restricted — (adj.) limited, 1830, pp. adjective from RESTRICT (Cf. restrict); of documents, etc., secret, not for public release it is recorded from 1944. In U.S., restricted was a euphemism for off limits to Jews (1947). Manager: I m sorry, Mr. Marx, but we … Etymology dictionary
restricted — ► ADJECTIVE 1) limited in extent, number, or scope. 2) not revealed or made open to the public for reasons of national security … English terms dictionary
restricted — [ri strik′tid] adj. limited; confined; specif., ☆ a) limited to authorized personnel: said of documents, data, etc. ☆ b) excluding a certain group or groups; esp., limited to white gentiles restrictedly adv … English World dictionary
restricted — Placed on a list that dictates that the trader may not maintain positions, solicit business, or provide indications in a stock, but may serve as broker in agency trade after being properly cleared. Traders are so restricted due to investment bank … Financial and business terms
restricted — re|strict|ed [rıˈstrıktıd] adj 1.) small or limited in size, area, or amount ▪ It s difficult trying to work in such a restricted space. 2.) limited or controlled, especially by laws or rules ▪ Press freedom is severely restricted. restricted to… … Dictionary of contemporary English
restricted — re|strict|ed [ rı strıktəd ] adjective * 1. ) intended only for people who have been given special permission: The officers were caught photographing in a restricted military zone. restricted area/waters/airspace: This is a restricted area. a )… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
restricted — [[t]rɪstrɪ̱ktɪd[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED Something that is restricted is quite small or limited. ...the monotony of a heavily restricted diet... Plants, like animals, often have restricted habitats. 2) ADJ: v link ADJ to n If something is restricted to … English dictionary
restricted — adjective 1 small or limited in size, area, or amount: It s difficult trying to work in such a restricted space. 2 limited or controlled, especially by laws or rules: Press freedom is severely restricted. (+ to): The sale of alcohol is restricted … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
restricted */ — UK [rɪˈstrɪktɪd] / US [rɪˈstrɪktəd] adjective 1) a) intended only for people who have been given special permission The officers were caught photographing in a restricted military zone. This is a restricted area. b) only for the use of or only… … English dictionary
restricted — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ become ▪ The US may become more restricted in its use of economic sanctions. ▪ feel ▪ She felt restricted in her uniform … Collocations dictionary