Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Limitation"

The meaning of "Limitation" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does limitation mean?
A: You can’t do more than what they tell you
Q: What does limitation mean?
A: Limitation means things or actions are limited.
Q: What does paraphrasing limitation mean?
A: means there's a limit for you to paraphrase
Q: What does whereby limitations are placed on the power of diretors to manage the business of the corporation by the selection of agents at defined salaries. mean?
A: Would need to see the context to really give an accurate answer.

Synonyms of "Limitation" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between limitations and restrictions and limits ?
A: Yes! And you may preferably say “stay within the restrictions”
Q: What is the difference between limitation and restriction ?
A: Restriction means it is not allowed/ cannot be done

Limitation means to a small extent or small amount.

"There was a restriction on the area, as it could be dangerous"

"There was a limitation on the new special edition sweatshirts"
Q: What is the difference between limitations and handicaps ?
A: They are synonyms.
But, often you use handicapped to refer to someone that has some mental or physical condition that restricts their ability to function. For example, a person in a wheelchair may be referred to as a person with a handicap or who is handicapped. However, some people think the term handicapped, in this context, is offensive and so prefer the term 'handicapable.'
Q: What is the difference between limitation on and limitation to ?
A: There's a limitation on the number of times you can ride the bus.

You are limited to 5 rides on the bus.

Translations of "Limitation"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I fill limitation
A: I feel like I have limitations
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? There are no limitation except those we set ourselves.Both poverty and riches are the direct results of our thoughts.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the only limitations there you're in mind.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the limitations of our mind does not allow understand many issues why this is happening to us
A: The sentence is supposed to be

"the limitations of our kind does not allow us to understand many issues, why is this happening to us?"

Other questions about "Limitation"

Q: Although there are some limitations, the conclusions of the study are valid and definitely interesting to the readership. I recommend that the author resubmit this manuscript after making changes. does this sound natural?
A: I would change 'readership' to 'readers' or 'audience' as it sounds a bit more natural, otherwise it's great 🙂
Q: As limitation of this study, the low number of sample can be counted as example.


does this sound natural?
A: That is pretty well written but I would've said "small sample size" instead of the low number of the sample. In pharmacy school I had to read a lot of scientific papers so I think you are doing well in this sentence
Q: We are required the limitation of compress providing them 70 sheets at a time. does this sound natural?
A: The required compress limit allows 70 sheets at a time.
Q: We are required the limitation of compress providing them 70 sheets at a time. does this sound natural?
A: "We are required a limitation only providing them with 70 sheets at a time."
Q: It's sizzling hot. I realize the limitations due to thirsty so that I would give up. does this sound natural?
A: To be honest sizzle is not a very common to hear adjective. But you could use it, what confuses me is the "the limitations due to thirsty". Would you wanted to say that "I realize it's too hot due to the thirst, I will give up"

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