- put a limit on; keep under control；deprive (someone or something) of freedom of movement or action
verb: restrict, 3rd person present: restricts, gerund or present participle: restricting, past tense: restricted, past participle: restricted
- 1. put a limit on; keep under control:
some roads may have to be closed at peak times to restrict the number of visitors
- 2. deprive (someone or something) of freedom of movement or action:
cities can restrict groups of protesters from gathering on a residential street
- 3. limit someone to only doing or having (a particular thing) or staying in (a particular place):
I shall restrict myself to a single example
- 4. limit something to (a particular place, time, or group):
the Zoological Gardens were at first restricted to members and their guests
- 5. withhold (information) from general disclosure:
at first the Americans tried to restrict news of their involvement in Vietnam
restrict；限制,約束（動詞）The trees restrict our vision. Our club membership is restricted to ten. a restricted area. 受到某種物件擋住或人設定規則而不能做時...
要是只把字典上的中文意思抄過來, 發問者也會啊, 這樣根本是隔鞋搔癢, 答了等於沒答. 發問者要問的是這兩字用法有何不同: restricted 受禁制的 (除少數特許的以外一概禁止) limited 有上限的 (只要不超過上限都是允許的)
...的過去式refrained B的過去式restrained C的過去式restricted 所以沒有正解 我想你可以在多問問題他英文老師 我想他們的解答會是跟...