Definition of unlimited in English:
1Not limited or restricted in terms of number, quantity, or extent: offshore reserves of gas and oil are not unlimited
More example sentences
- The penalties increase to a possible five-year jail term and/or unlimited fines on indictment before a higher court.
- No state officials or judges will be allowed to serve in the chamber, but members will be able to serve an unlimited number of two-year terms.
- Fortunately, for $22, you get an unlimited quantity and a cool metal Coke thermos.
inexhaustible, limitless, illimitable, boundless, unbounded, immense, vast, great, extensive, immeasurable, incalculable, untold, unfailing, everlasting, infinite, endless, never-ending, bottomless, measureless, inestimable, cosmic
unrestricted, unconstrained, uncontrolled, unrestrained, unchecked, unhindered, unhampered, unimpeded, unfettered, untrammelled, unbridled, uncurbed
total, unqualified, unconditional, unrestricted, absolute, full, utter, ultimate, supreme, sovereign, omnipotent
1.1 Mathematics (Of a problem) having an infinite number of solutions.
- The possibilities with story problem math problems are unlimited.
- Second, the answers or solutions to these problems are not unlimited nor random.
- Binah defines what is possible from the unlimited permutation of infinite creativity.
2(Of a company) not limited.
- This is because these retailers, along with a number of other top businesses, are unlimited companies.
- The supermarkets are ultimately owned by Tokski, an unlimited company which is not required to file accounts.
- He and his wife are directors of the unlimited company Austin C Murray.
- Example sentences
- History would not unlimitedly provide you such an opportunity.
- Maybe what you're really asking is, is it possible for successful institutions to keep growing unlimitedly, I don't know.
- Webmasters can allow users unlimitedly to upload their photos and rate other's photos.
- Example sentences
- For the basic ideas characteristic of our ordinary intuitive conception of the infinite - endlessness, unlimitedness, unsurveyability, immeasurability - more properly apply to the entire hierarchy than to anything in it.
- But this is because one, infinite, and none denote, for Spinoza, not numbers, but ontological categories: independent existence, unlimitedness, and non-existence.
- This is united with his eternity of being so that all his attributes share equally in his unlimitedness.
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