Portuguese translation of 'time limit'
1. limite m de tempo
2. (business) prazo
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Example Sentences Including 'time limit'
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There is a time limit of three years for claims.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
An early act was to remove the time limit on how long a president can serve.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The time limit expired last week.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
There are no time limits on how long you have to maintain that election.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
There should be a time limit on how long you can be on bail.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
But it argued their claims were brought outside the legal time limit of three to six years.The Sun (2012)
Decide on a time limit for how long you will put up with half a relationship and tell her time is running out.The Sun (2012)
Give yourself a time limit - six months or perhaps a year - to see if you can rekindle your marriage.The Sun (2014)
Give yourself a time limit on how long you will continue to see him if he doesn't manage to move on.The Sun (2014)
Give yourself a time limit on how long you will wait for a change to happen.The Sun (2012)
If she won't commit to you, give her a time limit of a month.The Sun (2008)
Is there a time limit on how long they can take with all this?Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Most big law firms impose a strict time limit on how long you can spend at the top.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Set a time limit - a month maybe - and then move on.The Sun (2014)
Set a time limit for how long you will give her to come back to you.The Sun (2015)
Set a time limit of three months.The Sun (2006)
Set yourself a time limit for how long you'll wait, then move on.The Sun (2015)
The governors had denied liability because the alleged perpetrator was dead, and argued that the claim was outside the legal time limit of three years.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Then give yourself a time limit on how long you'll wait and ease off conversations he wants to avoid.The Sun (2015)
It needs little equipment and, within a shorter time limit, is good exercise for all.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: time limit NOUN
A time limit is a date before which a particular task must be completed.
We have extended the time limit for claims until July 30.
Translation of time limit from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary