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/rɪˈstreɪn/ verb [T]
› to limit the growth or force of something: The economy had rebounded a bit but was still being restrained by high oil prices. Higher interest rates appear to be restraining consumer spending.
› to control someone's actions or behaviour, especially by stopping them from doing something: Economists said consumers are still showing few signs of being restrained by interest rate rises.