# limit

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**limit**— lim|it1 [ lımıt ] noun count *** 1. ) the largest or smallest amount or the highest or lowest level of something that is allowed: speed/spending limits limit on: There are strict limits on presidential power. limit to: There has to be a fair… …22

**limit */*/*/**— I UK [ˈlɪmɪt] / US verb [transitive] Word forms limit : present tense I/you/we/they limit he/she/it limits present participle limiting past tense limited past participle limited 1) to prevent a number, amount, or effect from increasing past a… …23

**limit**— limitable, adj. limitableness, n. /lim it/, n. 1. the final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point as to extent, amount, continuance, procedure, etc.: the limit of his experience; the limit of vision. 2. a boundary or bound, as of a country, area …24

**limit**— 1 / lImit/ noun 1 GREATEST AMOUNT ALLOWED (C) the greatest amount, number, speed etc that is allowed: a 55 mph speed limit (+ to/on): Is there any limit to the amount of time we have? | set a limit (on): attempts to set limits on consumer waste | …25

**Limit**— A limit can be: * Limit (mathematics), including: ** Limit of a function ** Limit of a sequence ** One sided limit ** Limit superior and limit inferior ** Limit of a net ** Limit point ** Limit (category theory) * A constraint (mathematical,… …26

**limit*/*/*/**— [ˈlɪmɪt] noun [C] I 1) the greatest amount or level of something that is possible or allowed The speed limit here is forty miles an hour.[/ex] There is a limit to what we can do in two weeks.[/ex] 2) the outer edge of an area No bombs landed… …27

**limit**— I n. 1) to place, put, set a limit on 2) to disregard, exceed a limit 3) an age; speed; time; weight limit 4) a limit on, to 5) within limits 6) (misc.) to push smb. to the limit II v. (D; refl., tr.) to limit to (she had to limit herself to… …28

**limit**— [[t]lɪ̱mɪt[/t]] ♦♦ limits, limiting, limited 1) N COUNT: usu sing, usu with supp 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… …29

**Limit**— Limitation; Beschränkung; Grenze; Limitierung; Begrenzung; Grenzmarke; Schwellenwert; Grenzwert * * * Li|mit [ lɪmɪt], das; s, s: nach oben oder unten festgelegte Grenze: das Limit ist eindeutig überschritten worden …30

**limit**— The performance limit of a car s chassis, tires, etc.; typically experienced during sharp cornering at high speeds. Also see authority Limit cornering limit fatigue limit knock limit lean Authority Limit Switch particulate emission limit self… …