Hindi translation of 'limit'
limit /ˈlɪmɪt ˈलिमिट्/
Word forms: limits, limiting, limited
1. countable noun
A limit is the greatest amount, extent, or degree of something that is possible.
Employees must remain within the city limits.
There is no limit to how much fresh fruit you can eat in a day.
a limit to something
the limits of something
the limits of endurance/tolerance
push/stretch something to the limit
test something to the limit
put a limit on something
SET PHRASESthere is no limit to
2. countable noun
A limit is the largest or smallest amount of something such as time or money that is allowed because of a rule, law, or decision.
निर्धारित सीमा nf
The three-month time limit ends in mid-June.
a limit on something
a limit of x
impose/set/place/put a limit
reach/exceed/break a limit
raise/reduce a limit
put a limit on the number/amount of something
a limit on emissions/size/spending/investment
a strict/legal/daily/reasonable/absolute limit
a maximum/upper/minimum limit
a spending/alcohol limit
SET PHRASESspeed limit, credit limit, age limit, time limit
3. transitive verb
If you limit something, you prevent it from becoming greater than a particular amount or degree.
This would limit unemployment to around 2.5 million.
limit something to something
limit the amount/number/size of something
limit the use of something
limit the damage
severely/strictly limit something
limitation uncountable noun
...the limitation of nuclear weapons.
4. transitive verb
If you limit yourself to something, or if someone or something limits you, the number of things that you have or do is reduced.
(तक) सीमित रखना
Travellers should limit themselves to one item of hand luggage.
This may seem limiting, but for a writer it is full of possibilities.
5. transitive verb
If something is limited to a particular place or group of people, it exists only in that place, or is had or done only by that group.
Entry to this competition is limited to UK residents only.
If a place is off limits, you are not allowed to go there.
Parts of the church are off limits to visitors.
If someone is over the limit, they have drunk more alcohol than they are legally allowed to when driving a vehicle.[Brit]
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Example Sentences Including 'limit'
There is no reason to suppose that this is the limit of his range.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
He drove slowly, conscious he had drunk well over the limit.Compulsion
He was poised absolutely at the furthest limit of his centre of gravity.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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'limit' in Other Languages
- Arabic: حَدّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: limite
- Chinese: 限度
- Croatian: ograničenje
- Czech: mez hranice
- Danish: grænse
- Dutch: limiet
- European Spanish: límite
- Finnish: yläraja
- French: limite
- German: Grenze
- Greek: όριο
- Italian: limite
- Japanese: 限界
- Korean: 한계
- Norwegian: grense
- Polish: granica limit
- Portuguese: limite
- Romanian: limită limite
- Russian: предел
- Spanish: límite
- Swedish: gräns
- Thai: ขีดจำกัด
- Turkish: sınır
- Ukrainian: межа
- Vietnamese: giới hạn
Translation of limit from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary