Synonym: bound, confine, cramp, hamper, impede, limit, restrain. Similar words: restriction, strict, district, strictly, trick, electric, strip, electrical. Meaning: [rɪ'strɪkt] v. 1. place restrictions on 2. place under restrictions; limit access to 3. place limits on (extent or access) 4. make more specific.
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1, We restrict the number of students per class to 10.
2, Attempts to restrict parking in the city centre have further aggravated the problem of traffic congestion.
3, The agreement will restrict competition.
4, These laws will restrict our ancient rights and liberties.
5, Having small children tends to restrict your freedom.
6, The hospital may restrict bookings to people living locally.
7, They want to restrict the availability of abortion.
8, He feels this new law will restrict his freedom.
9, In a move to restrict imports, the government raised custom duties.
10, If I'm driving, I restrict myself to one glass of wine.
11, Villagers say the fence would restrict public access to the hills.
12, You may need to restrict access to certain files .
13, These clothes restrict your freedom of movement and stiffen up the whole body.
14, The very restrict regulations effectively prohibit the entry of soil or plants grown in soil into the country.
15, Why don't you restrict yourself to setting down the facts?
16, It has been necessary to restrict entry into the club.
17, In future we will restrict class sizes to 20 students.
18, The government passed a law to restrict the sale of guns.
19, Recent laws have tended to restrict the freedom of the press.
20, The French, I believe,[http://sentencedict.com/restrict.html] restrict Japanese imports to a maximum of 3 per cent of their market.
21, I restrict myself to one cup of coffee a day.
22, The bill will restrict the advertising of tobacco products.
23, Most clairvoyants restrict themselves to the pictures for divination.
24, Thick lenses restrict a myopic patient's field of view.
25, New laws restrict the sale of impure chemicals.
26, One of her pet theories is that people who restrict their calorie intake live longer.
27, There is talk of raising the admission requirements to restrict the number of students on campus.
28, The government is considering new laws which will further restrict people's access to firearms.
29, Would it make sense for the city authorities to further restrict parking?
30, I did not want to wound him, but to restrict myself to defence, to parry his attacks.
More similar words: restriction, strict, district, strictly, trick, electric, strip, electrical, string, strike, electricity, striking, distribute, forest, stress, industrial, arrest, rest on, distribution, The last rites, for the rest, restore, distress, interest, destruction, prestidigitation, rice, depict, victim, price.