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restricted
American English: /rəˈstrɪktəd/
British English: /rɪˈstrɪktɪd/

Translation of restricted in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (limited)
    (power/freedom)
    (number/circulation)
    (existence/outlook)
    Example sentences
    • Downwardly mobile, despite their gentle origins, these men had limited resources and restricted access to luxurious apparel.
    • In urban areas, however, the choice of space is limited because of the restricted availability of houses and the nature of freehold land tenure.
    • The Nouveau Roman remained a more restricted phenomenon, of limited appeal within France itself, and less overseas.
    1.2 (only for particular group)
    (document/information)
    there is restricted access to the building
    solo ciertas personas tienen libre acceso al edificio
    Example sentences
    • It's restricted information which I'm not at liberty to discuss with you till we actually get there, ok?
    • Dr. Steelwell was caught with restricted info on aliens in his possession and kicked out of Area 51.
    • As more and more bugs in server implementation are discovered, they are promptly used to break into online systems and gain access to restricted information.

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    In Spain, a geographical, social, and culturally homogeneous region, with a clear natural or administrative demarcation is called a comarca. Comarcas are normally smaller than regiones. They are often famous for some reason, for example Ampurdán (Catalonia) for its wines, or La Mancha (Castile) for its cheeses.