English version

be limited to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe limited to somethingbe limited to somethingONLYto exist or happen only in a particular place, group, or area of activity The damage was limited to the roof. limit
Examples from the Corpus
be limited to somethingThe liability of members is limited to £1 each.Both trips are limited to 15 participants.Classes are limited to 25 children.Labour hours are expected to be limited to 800 next year.About eighty were injured, and most of the property damage was limited to broken windows and overturned cars.Roberts was limited to nine minutes of action on Friday against Utah.The damage was limited to the roof.With this technique the activity is limited to the tumour cells.If that means the hunt is limited to those physically capable of the trek, then so be it.
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