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N-COUNT 极限 A limit is the greatest amount, extent, or degree of something that is possible.
Her love for him was being tested to its limits...
There is no limit to how much fresh fruit you can eat in a day...
N-COUNT （特定的）限期，限额，限度 A limit of a particular kind is the largest or smallest amount of something such as time or money that is allowed because of a rule, law, or decision.
The three month time limit will be up in mid-June...
The economic affairs minister announced limits on petrol sales.
N-COUNT （区域的）界限 The limit of an area is its boundary or edge.
...the city limits of Baghdad.
N-PLURAL （可能行动或结果的）范围 The limits of a situation are the facts involved in it which make only some actions or results possible.
She has to work within the limits of a fairly tight budget...
He outlined the limits of British power.
VERB 限制；限定 If you limit something, you prevent it from becoming greater than a particular amount or degree.
He limited payments on the country's foreign debt...
The view was that the economy would grow by 2.25 per cent. This would limit unemployment to around 2.5 million.
VERB 使（某人）受限 If you limit yourself to something, or if someone or something limits you, the number of things that you have or do is reduced.
It is now accepted that men should limit themselves to 20 units of alcohol a week...
Voters cut councillors' pay and limited them to one staff member each.
VERB （使）限于（某一地方或群体） 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.
The protests were not limited to New York...
Entry to this prize draw is limited to UK residents.
PHRASE 禁止进入 If an area or a place is off limits, you are not allowed to go there.
A one-mile area around the wreck is still off limits...
These establishments are off limits to ordinary citizens.
PHRASE 被禁止 If you say that something is off limits, you mean that you are not allowed to do it.
Smoking was off limits everywhere.
PHRASE （驾驶时）血液中酒精浓度超标的 If someone is over the limit, they have drunk more alcohol than they are legally allowed to when driving a vehicle.
If police breathalyse me and find I am over the limit I face a long ban...
He was found to be three times over the limit.
PHRASE 没有任何限制；一切都是可能的（或能达到的） If you say the sky is the limit, you mean that there is nothing to prevent someone or something from being very successful.
They have found that, in terms of both salary and career success, the sky is the limit.
PHRASE 在一定范围内；有限度地 If you add within limits to a statement, you mean that it is true or applies only when talking about reasonable or normal situations.
In the circumstances we'll tell you what we can, within limits, of course, and in confidence.