limited

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations'limited', 'Limited': /ˈlɪmɪtɪd/

US:USA pronuncation: IPAUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈlɪmɪtɪd/

US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(limi tid)



WordReference English Collocations © 2020

limited

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. a limited [amount, number, weight, quantity] (of)
  2. has a limited [range, distance, speed]
  3. has limited [vision, hearing, movement, speech]
  4. has a limited [vocabulary, knowledge]
  5. (only) has limited access (to)
  6. limited [support, help, opportunities, resources, space] (for)
  7. a limited [influence, role, part] (in)
  8. a limited amount of [money, funds, places]
  9. a limited-access [fund, system, tool]
  10. [rather, severely, quite, extremely] limited (options)
  11. was limited in his [choices, options]
  12. had limited [choices]
  13. the [choices] were limited
  14. they are on a limited [budget, timeframe]
  15. limited in [scope, number]
  16. limited to [members, adults, professionals]
  17. limited to [twenty tons, ten places, fifty miles]
  18. was limited in terms of
  19. was limited by her [weight, height, lack of experience]
  20. [a company, an organization] with limited liability
  21. for a limited [period, time] only
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

limit

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [speed, age, call, spending, height] limit
  2. a limit of [ten feet, 1000 dollars, three years]
  3. the [specified, standard, established, imposed] limit
  4. set a limit of
  5. set limits [for, on] your children
  6. there's a limit on [entrants, access, depth, pressure]
  7. [place, put, enforce, impose] a limit (on)
  8. has [reached, exceeded, passed] the limit
  9. was [traveling, driving, going] over the speed limit
  10. had [drunk, consumed] more than the legal limit
  11. [suspended, banned] for drinking over the legal limit
  12. fined for exceeding the speed limit
  13. is [over, under, within] the limit
  14. the age limit is [sixteen]
  15. an age limit of [eighteen]
  16. the limit of [reason, normality]
  17. the upper limit of his [budget, ability, time]
  18. the [town, city, county] limits
  19. the outer limits of [space, the galaxy, the cosmos]
  20. reached the limit of her [patience, endurance, strength, resistance]
  21. there's a limit to how much I will [take, tolerate]
  22. I have reached my limit
v
  1. limit the [number, amount, supply] (of)
  2. limit [immigration, guns, permits, licenses, access]
  3. limit [spending, funding, investments]
  4. [spending] is limited to [essential, core, urgent] areas
  5. limit the use of [force, nuclear energy, additives]
  6. limit the [capacity, size] of a [venue, stadium, tank]
  7. limited to [members, ex-students, professionals, subscribers]
  8. limited to [50]
  9. limit your [intake, calories, diet]
  10. limit your [response, answer] to [100 words, 5 minutes]
  11. (don't) limit yourself to (one)
  12. limit the supply of [water, guns, gas] (to)
  13. limit the (amount of) time you spend [online, playing, browsing]
  14. limited their capacity to [attack, produce, improve, supply]
  15. the [enemy, police officers, army] limited their capacity to [attack]
  16. limited to [ensure, prevent, avoid, improve]
  17. he was limited to [saying, responding] that
  18. offer is limited to one [transaction, voucher, pack, item] per [person, individual]
n as adj
  1. the limit [point, mark, marking]
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