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1. abridge


Sinonimi: foreshorten | abbreviate | shorten | cut | contract | reduce

1. To reduce in scope while retaining essential elements
2. Lessen, diminish, or curtail; SYN. foreshorten, abbreviate, shorten, cut, contract, reduce.

2. adstrict


3. astrict



4. bound


Sinonimi: border

To form the boundary of; be contiguous to; SYN. border.

5. check


Sinonimi: check up on | look into | check out | suss out | check over | go over | check into | check out | retard | turn back | arrest | stop | contain | hold back | check off | mark | mark off | tick off | checker | chequer | chink

(Homonym: Czech).
1. To examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition; SYN. check up on, look into, check out, suss out, check over, go over, check into.
2. To be verified or confirmed; pass inspection; SYN. check out.
3. To make an examination or investigation.
4. To verify by consulting a source or authority.
5. To arrest the motion (of something) abruptly.
6. To slow the growth or development of; SYN. retard, turn back, arrest, stop, contain, hold back.
7. To stop for a moment, as if out of uncertainty or caution.
8. To hand over something to somebody as for temporary safekeeping.
9. To put a check mark on or next to; SYN. check off, mark, mark off, tick off.
10. To consign for shipment on a vehicle, as of luggage.
11. To mark into squares or draw squares on; draw crossed lines on; SYN. checker, chequer.
12. To make cracks or chinks in; SYN. chink.
13. To place into check in a game of chess.
14. To block or impede (a player from the opposing team) in ice hockey.
15. To stop in a chase esp. when scent is lost.
16. To decline to initiate betting, in poker.
17. To abandon the intended prey, turn, and pursue an inferior prey, of falcons.

6. circumcise


1. To cut the foreskin off male babies or teenage boys.
2. To cut the skin over the clitoris.

7. circumscribe


1. To draw a line around.
2. To draw a geometric figure around another figure so that the two are in contact but do not intersect.
3. Enclose; limit.
4. In geometry, to surround a figure with a circle which passes through all the vertices of the figure. Any triangle may be circumscribed and so may any regular polygon. Only certain quadrilaterals may be circumscribed (their opposite angles must add up to 180ş.

8. circumscrible


9. cohibit


To restrain

10. conclude


Sinonimi: resolve

1. To bring to a close.
2. To reach a conclusion after a discussion or deliberation; SYN. resolve.

11. confine


Sinonimi: detain

1. To deprive of freedom; take into confinement; SYN. detain.
2. To prevent from leaving or from being removed.

12. conscribe


1. Limit, circumscribe
2. To enlist forcibly; conscript

13. constrain


Sinonimi: To compel; force; drive; impel; urge; press

1. To secure by bonds; to chain; to hold tightly.
2. To bring into a narrow compass; to compress.
3. To hold back by force; to restrain; to repress.
4. To compel; to force; to necessiate; to oblige.
5. To produce in such a manner as to give an unnatural effet; SYN. To compel; force; drive; impel; urge; press.

14. contain


Sinonimi: take | hold

1. To be capable of holding or containing; SYN. take, hold.
2. To be divisible by.

15. cramp


To secure with a cramp.

16. curb


To keep in check; to restrain.
To keep to the curb.

17. delimit


ETYM Latin delimitare: cf. French délimiter.
1. To fix the limits of; to demarcate; to bound.
2. To fix boundaries of.

18. delimitate


Mark limits of, demarcate; restrict, circumscribe

19. emborder

glagolarhaično, zastarelo

20. embound

glagolarhaično, zastarelo

21. hold in


To restrain.

22. imborder


23. imbound


24. limit


Sinonimi: circumscribe | confine

To restrict or confine, as to area, extent, time, etc.; SYN. circumscribe, confine.

25. localize


Sinonimi: localise

(Alternate spelling: localise).
1. To concentrate on a particular place or spot.
2. To restrict something to a particular area; SYN. localise.

26. modify


Sinonimi: qualify

1. To add a modifier to a constituent; in grammar; SYN. qualify.
2. To make modifications (to)

27. pinch


Sinonimi: vellicate | squeeze | twinge | tweet | nip | twitch

1. Compress, squeeze
2. To be miserly or closefisted
3. To press painfully
4. Narrow, taper
5. To squeeze tightly between the fingers; SYN. vellicate, squeeze, twinge, tweet, nip, twitch.
6. To sail too close to the wind

28. restrain


Sinonimi: encumber | cumber | constrain | keep | keep back | hold back | confine | hold

1. To hold back; SYN. encumber, cumber, constrain.
2. To keep under control; SYN. keep, keep back, hold back.
3. To close within bounds, limit or hold back from movement; SYN. confine, hold.

29. restrict


Sinonimi: restrain | trammel | limit | bound | confine | throttle | curtail | curb | cut back | limit

1. To place limits on; SYN. restrain, trammel, limit, bound, confine, throttle.
2. To place restrictions on; SYN. curtail, curb, cut back.
3. To place under restrictions; limit access to; SYN. limit.

30. retrench


1. To make a reduction, as in one's workforce
2. To tighten one's belt; use resources carefully.
3. Reduce; economize.

31. skimp


Sinonimi: scant

ETYM Prov. Eng. and Colloq. U.S.
To work hastily or carelessly; deal with inadequately and superficially; SYN. scant.

32. specialize


Sinonimi: narrow | narrow down

(Alternate spelling: specialise).
1. To become more special; SYN. narrow, narrow down.
2. To devote oneself to a special area of work.
3. To suit to a special purpose.

33. stint


Sinonimi: skimp | scant

To supply sparingly, with a meager allowance; SYN. skimp, scant.

34. straiten


To squeeze together.

35. terminate


Sinonimi: stop

To have end in a certain location; either spatial or metaphorical; SYN. stop.

36. tether


To tie with a tether

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