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  1. confine

    • v.
      keep or restrict someone or something within certain limits of (space, scope, quantity, or time);restrain or forbid someone from leaving (a place)
    • n.
      the borders or boundaries of a place, especially with regard to their restricting freedom of movement;the limits or restrictions of something abstract, especially a subject or sphere of activity
    • noun: confine, plural noun: confines

    • verb: confine, 3rd person present: confines, gerund or present participle: confining, past tense: confined, past participle: confined

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. keep or restrict someone or something within certain limits of (space, scope, quantity, or time):

      he does not confine his message to politics

      you've confined yourself to what you know

    • 2. restrain or forbid someone from leaving (a place):

      the troops were confined to their barracks

    • 3. (of a person) be unable to leave (one's bed, home, or a wheelchair) because of illness or disability:

      he was confined to bed for four days with a bad dose of flu

    • 4. (of a woman) remain in bed for a period before, during, and after the birth of a child:

      she was confined for nearly a month

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the borders or boundaries of a place, especially with regard to their restricting freedom of movement:

      they were cramped within the confines of a little cabin

    • 2. the limits or restrictions of something abstract, especially a subject or sphere of activity:

      the narrow confines of political life

    • adj. (of a space) restricted in area or volume; cramped:

    • her fear of confined spaces

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    • adj. (of a space) restricted in area or volume; cramped:

    • wear a dust mask and goggles when soldering in confined spaces

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    • 更多解釋
    • v.
      keep or restrict someone or something within certain limits of (space, scope, or time):
    • he does not confine his message to high politics

      you've confined yourself to what you know

    • n.
      the borders or boundaries of a place, especially with regard to their restricting freedom of movement:
    • within the confines of the hall escape was difficult

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