There are 2 translations of limit in Spanish:

limit1

Pronunciation: /ˈlɪmət; ˈlɪmɪt/

n

  • 1 1.1 (boundary) límite (m) outside the city limits fuera de los límites de la ciudad to be off limits (AmE) estar* en zona prohibida twelve-mile/six-mile limit límite (m) de las doce/seis millas
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    • At the extreme tidal limits in wet areas, organic production may exceed sediment supply and peaty organic sediments may then accumulate.
    • Taking a city tram from Basel as far as its terminus at the city limits, I followed the road on foot.
    • Justice Morin held that the City had the authority, pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Act, to designate any area within the City limits as an area where smoking is prohibited.
    1.2 (furthest extent) she pushes herself to the limit se esfuerza al máximo that would be stretching our resources to the limit eso significaría estirar nuestros recursos al máximo they stretched my patience to the limit realmente pusieron a prueba mi paciencia he reached the limits of human endurance llegó al límite de lo que un ser humano puede resistir
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    • It was a while before the children realized that these two marines, laden with arms to the limit of physical endurance, were not going to hurt them.
    • It could take them six weeks to complete, will see them race over almost 4000 nautical miles and push their mental and physical abilities to the limit.
    • As an 18-year-old, they take you to the limit of your endurance.
    1.3 [colloquial/familiar] (in interj phrases) you're/that's the limit! ¡eres/es el colmo! [familiar/colloquial]
  • 2 (restriction, maximum) límite (m) her ambition knows no limits su ambición no tiene límites what's the (speed) limit? ¿cuál es la velocidad máxima or el límite de velocidad? no thanks, two's my limit no gracias, nunca bebo más de dos within limits dentro de ciertos límites to put a limit on sth poner* un límite a algo a limit of six months un plazo máximo de seis meses don't drive if you are over the limit no manejes or (Esp) conduzcas si has bebido demasiado
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    • ‘We have not put any restrictions on the age limit,’ says V.K. Jayan, of Terracrafts, who leads the workshop.
    • Two more conventional measures, species-specific size restrictions and catch limits, appear in only a small number of fishing accords.
    • Restrictions enacted under previous state legislation impose limits on the amount districts can increase their budgets.
  • 3 [Math] límite (m)
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    • In fact, the sequence converges to a limit whose value is 2.7182818.
    • We begin in section 2 with two simple examples to show that the pointwise limit of a sequence of analytic functions need not be analytic.
    • Around this time he discovered conditions under which a function is a limit of a sequence of continuous functions.

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There are 2 translations of limit in Spanish:

limit2

vt

  • [possibility/extent/number] limitar; [imports] restringir* they limited me to one drink a week me pusieron como límite una copa por semana to limit oneself to sth/-ing limitarse a algo/+ inf her experience is limited to … su experiencia se limita a …
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    • New government regulations limiting the sort of DIY work that amateurs can carry out.
    • Another major factor limiting the Europeans' performances has to be the heat and humidity.
    • This year it has gone further, limiting the amount of time they can spend covering for absent colleagues.

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Word of the day aglomeración
f
se produjo una aglomeración en torno a la estrella = a crowd gathered around the star …
Cultural fact of the day

La movida madrileña is an expression referring to the Madrid social and cultural scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s, and the people involved in it. It was a youth phenomenon based around night spots in the city, such as the now defunct club Rock-Ola. One of the leading lights of the movida was the movie director Pedro Almodóvar.