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Adjective: limited  li-mi-tid
  1. Small in range or scope
    "limited war"; "a limited success"; "a limited circle of friends"
  2. Subject to limits or subjected to limits
    - circumscribed
  3. Including only a part
  4. Mediocre
    - modified
  5. Not excessive
  6. Having a specific function or scope
    "a limited role in the mission";
    - special
  7. Not unlimited
    "a limited list of choices"
Noun: limited  li-mi-tid
  1. Public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops
    "he caught the limited to New York";
    - express
Verb: limit  li-mit
  1. Place limits on (extent, amount or access)
    "limit the time you can spend with your friends";
    - restrict, trammel, bound, confine, throttle
  2. Restrict or confine within limits
    "I limit you to two visits to the pub a day";
    - circumscribe, confine to
  3. Decide upon definitely; give a value
    "limit the parameters";
    - specify, set, determine, define, fix

Derived forms: limiteds

See also: finite, incomprehensive, minor, mod [informal], moderate, modest, narrow, noncomprehensive, pocket-size, pocket-sized, qualified, restricted, small, small-scale, specific

Type of: choose, decrease, lessen, minify, pick out, public transport, select, take

Antonym: limitless

Encyclopedia: Limited