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Adjective: restricted  ri'strik-tid
  1. Subject to restriction or subjected to restriction
    "of restricted importance"
  2. The lowest level of official classification for documents
  3. (grammar) restricted in meaning; (as e.g. 'man' in 'a tall man')
    - qualified
Verb: restrict  ri'strikt
  1. Place restrictions on
    "restrict drinking in school";
    - curtail, curb, cut back
  2. Place limits on (extent, amount or access)
    "restrict the use of this parking lot";
    - trammel, limit, bound, confine, throttle
  3. Place under restrictions; limit access to by law
    "that area is restricted to security personnel only";
    - control
  4. Prevent (information) from being circulated or disclosed

See also: circumscribed, classified, closed, confined, limited, modified, off-limits, out-of-bounds, unfree

Type of: circumscribe, confine to, keep, limit, prevent

Antonym: unrestricted

Encyclopedia: Restricted