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restricted

adjective
 
 
/rɪˈstrɪktɪd/
limited in amount or range: Job opportunities are severely restricted at the moment.restricted goods/service/supply Engineering work will also mean restricted services between London and the Midlands.restricted to sb/sth Access to the system is now restricted to authorized staff.
STOCK MARKET, WORKPLACE used to describe shares given to employees or sold to them at a reduced price, which they are then not allowed to sell for a particular period: The Company grants no restricted stock and has no long-term incentive plan. restricted shares/stock/securities
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