Definition of 'confined'
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Nor was his secretary available, being confined to bed with `flu. THE GOSPEL MAKERS (2002)The desire to scream that had been confined to her throat had now spread over her entire body. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)The confined air of the chamber was starting to work on her. A DAYSTAR OF FEAR (2002)
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British English: confined ADJECTIVE
to be confined to sth If something is confined to a particular place, it exists only in that place. If it is confined to a particular group, only members of that group have it.
Applications need not be confined to the developing world.
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