Definition of 'restricted'
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With internet access heavily restricted, many people relied on ancient mobile phones to pass on the news. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One officer was suspended from duty while two others remain at work but on restricted duties. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Photos of the dead victims are to be shown in a restricted area. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Within this restricted space happiness can yet flourish and the cruel world beyond kept at bay. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Your grandson has a restricted diet but a generally healthy one. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Both herds are in the restricted area. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The cars were parked in restricted spaces. Times, Sunday Times (2011)People can survive an extremely long time on a restricted diet. The Sun (2012)Providing quality food in such a restricted space is quite a feat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But this highly contagious bug will always thrive in a restricted space filled with partying passengers. The Sun (2012)He was charged with unlawful entry into a restricted area and freed next day when his family posted bail. The Sun (2015)The firm accepts liability as engineers repairing or fitting broadband are often forced to leave their vans in restricted areas. The Sun (2013)The canvas was a restricted area in which you were always running into exactly the person you did not want to see. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Limited war was conceived in the 1950s as a military contest of restricted scope. Warfare in the Twentieth Century (1988)Studies on mice found those on restricted diets could increase their lifespan by 40 per cent. The Sun (2012)It's eating anywhere and without appearing to have a silly restricted diet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So they're good stock animals for making money from a restricted space. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He's seen women on restricted diets failing to lose a single pound. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is illegal to import poultry into Britain from restricted areas abroad. The Sun (2007)I am concerned that the depth of his knowledge suggests he had access to restricted information. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Whether you have a restricted space or simply want to brighten up a dull wall or fence, use it to its best advantage. The Sun (2009)A system introduced in 2006 allowed national searching of intelligence but restricted access to sensitive records. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Old quarries, with restricted access, provide an additional habitat. A Guide to Britain's Conservation Heritage (1991)Gardens had to wait before they could Join the rest of the country in cheering the new year after a tram driver pulled into a restricted zone. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If this account is too inflexible, there are alternatives with restricted access, such as notice or postal accounts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)As an orthopaedic trainee, I find restricted access to research significantly affects the quality of training. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'restricted'
British English: restricted ADJECTIVE
Something that is restricted is quite small or limited.
...the monotony of a heavily restricted diet.
Definition of restricted from the Collins English Dictionary
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