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Translation of "limit" - English-Turkish dictionary

limit

noun [C]     /ˈlɪmɪt/
B1 the largest amount of something that is possible or allowed (miktar) sınır, hudut, had, limit a time limit Is there a limit on the amount of money you can claim? There's a limit to how much time we can spend on this.Range and limits
be over the limit UK
to have more alcohol in your blood than is legally allowed while driving normal alkol sınırının üstünde olmak Range and limitsDrinking alcohol
within limits
avoiding behaviour that is extreme or silly bir dereceye kadar, belli bir yere kadar, sınırlar içinde; sınırları zorlamadan You can wear what you want, within limits.Limiting and restrictingPreventing and impedingRange and limits
off limits
If an area is off limits, you are not allowed to enter it. (bölge) yasak, (saha) girilmez →  See also speed limit Forbidding and banning things
Translations of “limit”
in Arabic الحَدّ الأقْصى…
in Korean 한도…
in Malaysian batas, had…
in French limite, restriction…
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 Spanish límite, limitar…
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 noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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