limited : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops
- v place limits on (extent or access)
- v restrict or confine, "I limit you to two visits to the pub a day"
- v decide upon or fix definitely
- a small in range or scope
a limited success
a limited circle of friends
- s subject to limits or subjected to limits
- s including only a part
- s mediocre
- s not excessive
- s having a specific function or scope
- s not unlimited
a limited list of choices
- There used to be an organization for people who believed in a truly limited government limited taxes, limited spending, limited interference in individual lives and limited .
- Urban style hounds check HypeBeast every day for the latest news on limited-edition sneakers, hats, jeans, shades and other coveted bling.
- All those resin panels and compressible bumpers added hundreds of pounds that the emissions-limited V8s couldn't handle.
- Nancy Pelosi in USA Today
Congressional leaders have been receptive to the idea, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday called for "emergency and limited financial assistance" for the battered auto industry.
- Roger Goodell in National Football Post
Needless to say, your margin for error is extremely limited,Goodell wrote in a letter when Vick was allowed back into the league.
- President Bush in Reuters Canada
The government's got a role to play. But it is limited. A federal bailout of lenders would only encourage a recurrence of the problem,Bush said in a statement in the Rose Garden.