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VERB 限制，限定（大小、规模等） If you restrict something, you put a limit on it in order to reduce it or prevent it becoming too great.
There is talk of raising the admission requirements to restrict the number of students on campus...
The French, I believe, restrict Japanese imports to a maximum of 3 per cent of their market.
VERB 约束，限制(活动或行为) To restrict the movement or actions of someone or something means to prevent them from moving or acting freely.
Villagers say the fence would restrict public access to the hills...
The government imprisoned dissidents, forbade travel, and restricted the press...
VERB 限制，限定（人或其行为） If you restrict someone or their activities to one thing, they can only do, have, or deal with that thing. If you restrict them to one place, they cannot go anywhere else.
He was, however, allowed to stay on at the temple as long as he restricted himself to his studies...
The patient isn't restricted to a meagre diet...
VERB 将…限制在（某地）；将…限定为（某群体） If you restrict something to a particular group, only that group can do it or have it. If you restrict something to a particular place, it is allowed only in that place.
The hospital may restrict bookings to people living locally...
Camping is restricted to five designated campgrounds.