English - Vietnamese Dictionary
restriction /ris'trikʃn/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự hạn chế, sự giới hạn, sự thu hẹp
- without restriction: không hạn chế
- to impose restrictions: buộc phải hạn chế, bắt phải giới hạn
- to lift restriction: bãi bỏ những hạn chế
+a principle that limits the extent of something
+an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)
+the act of keeping something within specified bounds (by force if necessary)
Advanced English Dictionary
1 condition, provision, proviso, qualification, stipulation:
One restriction is that purchasers of shares in the utility must be resident in the UK
1 outcome, consequence, effect, end (result), fruit; conclusion, upshot, issue, development, sequel, follow-up, consequence, denouement or dénouement:
It will take years to evaluate the results of the new educational curriculum. As a result of his speeding ticket, his driving licence was suspended.
2 Often, result from. develop, emerge, follow, happen, occur, come (about), come to pass, arise, evolve, be produced:
Severe burns can result from allowing children to play with matches. The mixture that results may be highly volatile.
3 result in. end, conclude, culminate, terminate:
The explosion resulted in a heavy loss of life. The experience gained often results in better safety devices.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [C] ~ (on sth) a rule or law that limits what you can do or what can happen: import / speed / travel restrictions + to impose / place a restriction on sth + The government has agreed to lift restrictions on press freedom. + There are no restrictions on the amount of money you can withdraw.
2 [U] the act of limiting or controlling sb/sth: sports clothes that prevent any restriction of movement + A diet to lose weight relies on calorie restriction in order to obtain results.
3 [C] a thing that limits the amount of freedom you have: the restrictions of a prison
severe, tight, tough | major | petty
The removal of petty restrictions has made life easier.
| absolute | further | artificial
free movement of goods between member countries without any artificial restrictions
| proposed | contractual, government, legal, statutory | advertising, age, credit, financial, import, parking, price, reporting
(= restrictions on information that newspapers may report),
speed, time, trade, travel, visa
VERB + RESTRICTION
impose, introduce, place
The government has introduced tough new import restrictions.
| lift, remove
The press asked for restrictions on reporting the war to be lifted.
| accept | be subject to
The right of sale is subject to certain restrictions.
RESTRICTION + VERB
affect sth, apply
The 30 mph speed restriction applies in all built-up areas.
RESTRICTION + NOUN
Citizens of the EU can travel without restriction within the EU.
| ~ on/upon
The regulations were seen as a restriction on personal freedom.
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