Definition of 'unlimited'
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Experts hope the research will one day allow medics to grow an unlimited supply of transplant organs. The Sun (2017)But his power is not unlimited. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Free range hens enjoy unlimited daytime access to runs that have vegetation, and at least four square metres of outside space per bird. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There is potentially unlimited personal liability for the members. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It has the power to impose unlimited fines against firms found guilty of misconduct. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They spent money as if there was an unlimited supply. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This does not mean we should let in unlimited numbers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They were also boosted by the global effort to provide cashstrapped banks with unlimited access to dollars. The Sun (2011)This gives employees virtually unlimited promotion and earnings potential. TOP MARKETING AND MEDIA COMPANIES IN THE UK (2002)But it does not have an unlimited power to keep wars going. Cultural Anthropology (1995)The want of an unlimited supply of high explosive was a fatal bar to our success. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Hotel guests have unlimited free access to the spa via a rickety lift. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The potential for catastrophe is virtually unlimited. Fire and Ice - the Greenhouse Effect, Ozone Depletion, and Nuclear Winter (1990)The move would mean a potentially unlimited supply of eggs could be produced. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One of the main features of the unit is that prisoners are allowed virtually unlimited visits. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)Instead it allows for an unlimited number of international offset credits to be used in meeting these targets. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But the current system makes it impossible to insure for care in old age because the liability is unlimited. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Therefore the press can have almost unlimited access with the proviso that they do not get in the way too much. Broken Lives (1993)Unlimited power was at his disposal. Christianity Today (2000)The sources of power are unlimited. Phoenix From the Flame (1994)Unlimited number of minor faults allowed? Times, Sunday Times (2013)But the company's liability is not unlimited. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)Back then names had unlimited liability, meaning that losses could exceed the capital they put in. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Indeed, that discretion was virtually unlimited. Times, Sunday Times (2008)As soldiers we understand that we have an unlimited liability and accept the risk of death or injury as part of our job. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You get unlimited access to more than 600,000 used vehicles offered for sale at auction each year.. The Sun (2008)
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British English: unlimited ADJECTIVE
If there is an unlimited quantity of something, you can have as much or as many of that thing as you want.
An unlimited number of copies can still be made from the original.
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