# limit meaning

EN[ˈlɪmɪt] [ˈlɪmt] [-ɪmɪt]US

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- A limit can be:
- Limit (mathematics):
- Limit of a function
- Limit of a sequence
- One-sided limit
- Limit superior and limit inferior
- Limit of a net
- Limit point
- Limit (category theory)
- Direct limit and Inverse limit
- A constraint (mathematical, physical, economical, legal, etc.) in the form of an inequality, such as:
- Chandrasekhar limit
- Greisen–Zatsepin–Kuzmin limit
- Budget constraint
- Speed limit
- Age of consent
- An extreme value or boundary, such as:
- The high-frequency limit of the hearing range
- A limit order is a type of order to buy a security at no more (or sell at no less) than a specific price on an exchange.

- NounPLlimits
- A restriction; a bound beyond which one may not go.
- There are several existing
**limits**to executive power. - Two drinks is my
**limit**tonight.

- There are several existing
- (mathematics) A value to which a sequence converges. Equivalently, the common value of the upper limit and the lower limit of a sequence: if the upper and lower limits are different, then the sequence has no limit (i.e., does not converge).
- The sequence of reciprocals has zero as its
**limit**.

- The sequence of reciprocals has zero as its
- (mathematics) Any of several abstractions of this concept of limit.
- Category theory defines a very general concept of
**limit**.

- Category theory defines a very general concept of
- (category theory) Given diagram F : J → C, a cone (L, φ) from L ∈ Ob(C) to F is the limit of F if it has the universal property that for any other cone (N, ψ) from N ∈ Ob(C) to F there is a unique morphism u : N → L such that for all X ∈ Ob(J),.
- (poker) Short for fixed limit.
- The final, utmost, or furthest point; the border or edge.
- the
**limit**of a walk, of a town, or of a country

- the
- OBS The space or thing defined by limits.
- OBS That which terminates a period of time; hence, the period itself; the full time or extent.
- OBS A restriction; a check or curb; a hindrance.
- (logic, metaphysics) A determining feature; a distinguishing characteristic.

- A restriction; a bound beyond which one may not go.
- VerbSGlimitsPRlimitingPT, PPlimited
- VT To restrict; not to allow to go beyond a certain bound.
- We need to
**limit**the power of the executive. - I'm
**limiting**myself to two drinks tonight.

- We need to
- (mathematics) VI To have a limit in a particular set.
- The sequence
**limits**on the point a.

- The sequence
- OBS To beg, or to exercise functions, within a certain limited region.
- a
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- a

- VT To restrict; not to allow to go beyond a certain bound.
- Adjective
- (poker) Being a fixed limit game.

- (poker) Being a fixed limit game.
- More Examples
- Used in the Middle of Sentence
- I've structured the deal to
**limit**the amount of money we can lose. - As shown previously, stable macrohaemodynamics in our model remained near the lower
**limit**of the renal auto-regulatory range reported for anaesthetized rats. - If at any hole a competitor play his first stroke from outside the
**limits**of the teeing-ground, he shall count that stroke, tee a ball, and play his second stroke from within these**limits**.

- I've structured the deal to
- Used in the Ending of Sentence
- But a member of the cabinet has been placed on the Downing Street naughty step after weeks of bad behaviour which has tested the prime minister's patience to its
**limits**. - There is too, at this point in time, an aesthetic disadvantage to filmsetting in that the range of type faces specially designed for it is still extremely
**limited**. - Several cell-specific aptamers have been used for gene delivery, but an aptamer-conjugated nanocomplex used in the treatment of NSCLC is
**limited**.

- But a member of the cabinet has been placed on the Downing Street naughty step after weeks of bad behaviour which has tested the prime minister's patience to its

- Used in the Middle of Sentence

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