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restrict yourself to sth

phrasal verb with restrict uk   us   /rɪˈstrɪkt/ verb [T]
to limit yourself to one particular thing or activity: If I'm driving, I restrict myself to one glass of wine.
Translations of “restrict yourself to sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 約束自己不越出…的範圍, 將自己限制在…限度內…
in Chinese (Simplified) 约束自己不越出…的范围, 将自己限制在…限度内…
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