לְהַגבִּיל, לְצַמְצֵם, לִתְחוֹם, לְסַיֵג
Verb(1) place restrictions on(2) place under restrictions; limit access to by law(3) place limits on (extent or amount or access(4) prevent (information
(1) I shall restrict myself to a single example(2) A date limit option is provided to restrict your search to the more recent records.(3) We share those customary rights with all comers there, and we do not restrict their access.(4) Patent holders can charge a license fee for their invention and restrict who uses it.(5) some roads may have to be closed at peak times to restrict the number of visitors(6) To what extent do you agree or disagree that governments should be allowed to restrict the the import of goods which they believe may be damaging to the health of the population?(7) at first the Americans tried to restrict news of their involvement in Vietnam(8) But the Minister, under pressure from the farming unions, failed to restrict cattle movements.(9) State and local regulations restrict smoking in a culture that further discourages it.(10) Why should the nationality of our parents be used to categorise us and restrict our rights of freedom and nationality?(11) Magdalena was dressed in a curious style of Kalorian finery - the style, Alexander knew, that was not quite fancy enough to impede or restrict motion, but elegant enough for nearly any occasion.(12) Such digging, if not properly planned and executed, can damage or destroy tree root systems, restrict tree root growth, and alter subsurface soil water movement.(13) Trees and shrubs close to the lagoon restrict air flow and block sunlight that algae need to produce oxygen.(14) cities can restrict groups of protesters from gathering on a residential street(15) Successful women performers thus had to have a demure appearance and restrict their body movements on stage to conform to idealized concepts of womanhood.(16) at first the government tried to restrict news of our involvement in Vietnam
(1) restrict to :: להגביל את
1. limit ::
2. hinder ::
3. confine ::
4. restrain ::
5. qualify ::
6. cut back ::
1. exceed ::
Different Formsrestrict, restricted, restricting, restriction, restrictions, restrictive, restricts
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