restrict

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  • Info In the C programming language, as of the C99 standard, restrict is a keyword that can be used in pointer declarations. more...
  • Richard was allowed to keep his office but his influence was restricted.
  • Due to the restricted land area available for development, the houses increased in height instead.
  • Weather restricted work to the last three months of the year.
  • However, populations of several species are restricted to fresh water through their lives.
  • A limited edition is restricted is extra material of some kind included.
  • In the past the Olympics have allowed a restricted number of over-age players per team.
  • Members of his court were expected to restrict their conversation to serious subjects only.
  • The original version contains a die which restricts the location of the letters within each word.
  • Others remain in the role until their health restricts their activities.
  • It was built within a narrow valley, restricting development north and south of the town.
  • This lack of data restricts the questions we will be able to answer.
  • She tried to restrict herself to five films per year and two weeks of dancing per month.
  • Their use was later restricted due to their addictive nature and side effects.
  • This is restricted entirely within the private rights of others and has nothing to do with rights shared by all.
  • Several countries either restricted the drug's use or never approved it.
  • As a result, the government passed laws to restrict musical activities among slaves.
  • A list of allowed sites can be created to restrict children to those specific sites.
  • He did not restrict his influence behind the recording desk to just established acts.
  • In a system of type theory, each term has a type and operations are restricted to terms of a certain type.
  • It is this first, more restricted sense of the word that concerns this article.
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Meaning of restrict

  • verb Place restrictions on
    curtail drinking in school
  • verb Place under restrictions; limit access to
    This substance is controlled
  • verb Place limits on (extent or access)
    restrict the use of this parking lot, limit the time you can spend with your friends