Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

ograniczony in English:

1. bounded


bounded sequence
1. In South Dallas, the area to be spray is bounded by South Second Avenue. 2.
The ball bounded away into our neighbor's garden.
Italy is bounded on the north by Switzerland.
My heart bounded with joy.
Japan is bounded by water on every side.

English word "ograniczony"(bounded) occurs in sets:

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2. limited


Her viewpoint is limited.
All the employees will have limited access to the Internet today.
Until Manet painted this picture, his female nudes were limited to goddesses.
Many software companies offer free versions of their products, albeit with limited functionality.
Education must not be limited to our youth, but it must be a continuing process through our entire lives.
Christopher Columbus's happy meal toy was a limited edition clumsy noob waiter toy that whenever is set to walk, trips and falls on its face.
The use of space must be limited to non-military purposes, as far as Japan's involvement is concerned.
A seller's market is a market in which goods are relatively scarce, buyers have a limited range of choice, and prices are high.
It often happens that young shogi players become a little self-important, but I don't think that's something limited to the shogi world.
Players were limited in what they could and could not do to get and keep the ball.
My insurance coverage is too limited, so I guess I'll just have to live with my arm bones jutting out of my skin.
I feel disenchanted by the limited capacity of the computer.
Limited means short, small, or restricted by specific rules. limited, restricted, narrow
I have limited IT skills, but I still think I could do the job quite well.
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English word "ograniczony"(limited) occurs in sets:

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3. confined


A cold confined him to his house.
He confined himself to his room.
He is confined to bed now.
Tom was confined to a bed for three months.
The prince was confined in the castle for three years.
The rebel was ultimately captured and confined to jail.
A wife's activities are confined to domestic matters.
She confined herself to her study and wept to her heart's content.
Soccer is not necessarily confined to men.
He is confined to his house by illness.
you are confined only by the walls you build in your head
Sailors on submarines must get used to living in confined spaces.
A confined space is so small that you can't moove around.
But at some point a rumour surfaced that the cabbage regulations were back - this time 10 times longer and not just confined to seeds.
In the previous job I was confined to doing only one thing.

English word "ograniczony"(confined) occurs in sets:

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4. restricted


The police restricted access to the road.
Freedom of speech was tightly restricted.
He restricted his drinking to one beer a day.
But today smoking in public places is forbidden or strictly restricted.
Single people enjoy more freedom to do what they want and enjoy living a less restricted social life.
The animal lacks both anxiety and hope because its consciousness is restricted to what is clearly evident and thus to the present moment: the animal is the present incarnate.
the use of Internet is restricted
The house is open to the public but at restricted times.
Building in this area of town is restricted.
The number of foreign players is restricted to five per team.
If a seat has a restricted view, the ticket is cheaper.
The fight is not restricted to Gotham City.
All the employees will have restricted access to the Internet today.
Entrance is restricted to those above 18.

English word "ograniczony"(restricted) occurs in sets:

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5. narrow minded


My dad is so narrow minded, he never listens to my ideas.

English word "ograniczony"(narrow minded) occurs in sets:

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6. finite


I realized that I had a finite number of days left to live – approximately five hundred, if I was lucky.
finite resources
finite, limited energy
The world's resources are finite.
This problem has got a finite number of solutions.
Oil and gas are finite resources.
Some scientists say that universe is finite in size.
Death ends man's finite existence.
Obviously, the theorem is true for finite sets.
For the sake of completeness, let us mention that the ring R - considered as a module over itself - has submodules of arbitrarily large finite length.
The difference between a strictly quasilinear function and a quasilinear function is that, in the second case, the finite difference between two random points may be equal to zero.

English word "ograniczony"(finite) occurs in sets:

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7. constrained


I was constrained to demand pudding.
We are constrained to and restrained from an action.
The government finances are severely constrained because of falling tax revenues.

English word "ograniczony"(constrained) occurs in sets:

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8. exhaustible


It is clear that many of the Earth's resources are exhaustible.
The leaders knew their natural resources were exhaustible.

English word "ograniczony"(exhaustible) occurs in sets:

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9. impaired


He has impaired memory.
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impaired immune system
Her brother is visually-impaired, and uses a white cane
It was proposed that the term "blind person" be replaced with the term "visually impaired person".