limit translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "limit" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /ˈlimit/
the farthest point or place; the boundary
There was no limit to his ambition.
a restriction
We must put a limit on our spending.
limitation noun an act of limiting
The government has imposed a limitation on the number of foreign cars which can be imported.
a lack, eg of a particular facility, ability etc
We all have our limitations.
limited adjective (opposite unlimited) not very great, large etc ; restricted
limitado, restringido
My experience in this aspect of business is rather limited.
(with capital, abbreviated to Ltd.when written) a word used in the titles of certain companies
Bunters Cakes Ltd.
limitless adjective
sin límite
She seems to have limitless energy.
Translations of “limit”
in Arabic الحَدّ الأقْصى…
in Korean 한도…
in Malaysian batas, had…
in French limite, restriction…
in Turkish (miktar) sınır, hudut, had…
in Italian limite…
in Chinese (Traditional) 限額, 限制, 上限…
in Russian предел, ограничение…
in Polish ograniczenie, granica…
in Vietnamese ranh giới, giới hạn…
in Portuguese limite…
in Thai ขีดจำกัด…
in German die Grenze…
in Catalan límit…
in Japanese 限界, 最大限度…
in Indonesian batas, penghematan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 限额, 限制, 上限…
(Definition of limit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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