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limits是limit的复数

limit

美 ['lɪmɪt] 英 ['lɪmɪt]
  • n.限制;极限;范围;界限
  • v.限制;减少
  • 网络图形界限;限度;图面范围
复数:limits  现在分词:limiting  过去式:limited  
  • upper limit,reasonable limit,absolute limit,strict limit,outside limit
  • set limit,exceed limit,limit time,put limit,limit scope
  • strictly limit
  • v.
  • deregulate
  • v.
  • control,regulate,reduce,restrain,check
  • n.
  • boundary,border,bounds,edge,perimeter
  • 1.

    极限,限度;限制

    2.

    界限,界线;边界

    3.

    限价;限额;赌注限额;猎物限额

    4.

    限位

    5.

    差限

    6.

    范围,范域

    7.

    范围;地区

    8.

    顶峰,顶点

    9.

    瘪三

    10.

    枯竭

    1.

    极限,限度;限制

    2.

    界限,界线;边界

    3.

    限价;限额;赌注限额;猎物限额

    4.

    限位

    5.

    差限

    6.

    范围,范域

    7.

    范围;地区

    8.

    顶峰,顶点

    9.

    瘪三

    10.

    枯竭

    1.

    限制,限定

    2.

    减少

    1.

    the farthest point, degree, amount, or boundary, especially one that cannot or should not be passed or exceeded

    2.

    the maximum or minimum amount, or the largest or lowest quantity, that is available or allowed

    3.

    the boundary or edge of an area, or something that marks a boundary or edge

    4.

    a feature or circumstance that restricts what can be done

    5.

    the maximum amount of money that can be staked at any one time in various games of chance

    6.

    a numerical value approached by a mathematical function as the independent variable of the function approaches infinity or a specific value

    7.

    one of the two given values specifying the range over which a definite integral is evaluated

    8.

    the greatest amount or level of something that is possible

    9.

    the outer edge of an area

    1.

    the farthest point, degree, amount, or boundary, especially one that cannot or should not be passed or exceeded

    2.

    the maximum or minimum amount, or the largest or lowest quantity, that is available or allowed

    3.

    the boundary or edge of an area, or something that marks a boundary or edge

    4.

    a feature or circumstance that restricts what can be done

    5.

    the maximum amount of money that can be staked at any one time in various games of chance

    6.

    a numerical value approached by a mathematical function as the independent variable of the function approaches infinity or a specific value

    7.

    one of the two given values specifying the range over which a definite integral is evaluated

    8.

    the greatest amount or level of something that is possible

    9.

    the outer edge of an area

    1.

    to restrict something or somebody in number or quantity, or restrict something to a particular group

    2.

    to be or act as a boundary to an area

    3.

    to prevent a number, amount, or effect from increasing past a particular point

    4.

    to reduce or control someone’s freedom to do what they want or someone’s ability to be effective

    5.

    if something is limited to a particular place or group, it happens only in that place or within that group

    6.

    put a limit or limits to;be the limit of

    1.

    to restrict something or somebody in number or quantity, or restrict something to a particular group

    2.

    to be or act as a boundary to an area

    3.

    to prevent a number, amount, or effect from increasing past a particular point

    4.

    to reduce or control someone’s freedom to do what they want or someone’s ability to be effective

    5.

    if something is limited to a particular place or group, it happens only in that place or within that group

    6.

    put a limit or limits to;be the limit of

    语法用例

    例句1:

    Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower. Innovation has no limits. The only limit is your imagination.

    领袖和跟风者的区别就在于创新。创新无极限。只要敢想,没有什么不可能。

    例句2:

    There were usually limits on how much profit could be sent home.

    通常能转移回本国的利润多少是受限的。

    例句3:

    Communities do not end abruptly but grade into one another as individual species encounter the limits of their environmental tolerance.

    群落不会突然中断,而是逐渐的过渡到其他群落,因为各个物种是逐渐受到它们的环境耐受力限制的。

    例句4:

    And yet, many Darwinians are anxious, a little uneasy, would like to see some limits on just how far the Darwinism goes.

    可是很多达尔文主义者都有点急切不安,想看看达尔文主义的极限,看它到底能走多远。

    例句5:

    Invoking the powers of the Endangered Species Act, a federal court placed limits on the pumps at Tracy in an attempt to save the fish.

    联邦法院援引《濒危物种法案》的相关条例,对特雷西的水泵站进行限制,试图挽救这些数量锐减的鱼类。

    例句6:

    However, due to the scarcity of human transplantable organs, many limits have to be set up in the application of organ transplantation.

    但由于人体可供移植器官的稀缺,在这一高科技应用过程中不得不设定了一些限制条件。

    例句7:

    But the Treasury has congressional limits on how much debt it may issue.

    但是财政部在发行多少债券上有国会规定的限制。

    例句8:

    He said he believed the new regulations will help to relax the limits development of civil society in Cuba.

    他说,相信这一新的、放宽限制的规定将有助于古巴的公民社会发展。

    例句9:

    Iceland has discovered the limits of trying to shore upconfidence in a supersized banking sector with its own currency.

    冰岛已经发现以其自身货币来拯救巨大的银行业有着局限性。

    例句10:

    The next day, the bridge reopened with strict limits on the number of pedestrians, but it began to shake again.

    第二天,千年桥重新开放,并严格限定了行人的数量,但是摇晃再次发生。