Verb(1) place limits on (extent or amount or access(2) prevent from leaving or from being removed(3) close in(4) deprive of freedom; take into confinement(5) to close within bounds, or otherwise limit or deprive of free movement
(1) In subsequent years, Givon would confine her efforts to the main gallery spaces in the Monument.(2) he does not confine his message to high politics(3) The psychologist warned that it would be harmful to confine him in the punitive ├ö├ç├┐management unit├ö├ç├û or among men in the Red 1 compound designed for ├ö├ç├┐long-term behaviour management├ö├ç├û.(4) Considering these will strengthen the proposal by grounding it in the dynamic of an ongoing reality; failure to do so will confine its discussion to the narrow scope of the academy.(5) If anything, increasingly independent boards of directors are overseeing the succession process and are less likely to confine their search to the best candidate within the company.(6) he does not confine his message to politics(7) I must confine my writing to the inside, enclose it within a perimeter, which forms a circular line, an orbit around the text.(8) He was confined to a wheelchair and told that he would never walk again.(9) As she breathed over me in the confines of the cubicle it was clear that she'd been drinking garlic coffee for most of the morning.(10) In reality she couldn't think of a safe place within the confines of the building.(11) It needs to be planted away from buildings and underground pipes because it develops rather fat roots which are known to lift paving and crack pools if it is confined to too small a space.(12) She was confined to a wheelchair, could not recognise her parents and was given a year to live.(13) This sort of detail should never leave the confines of the hospital.(14) Their anatomy was half-human, half-animal, and they were confined in a low-ceilinged, windowless and oddly proportioned space.(15) It is only an hour or so from Rome's major airports, but once within the confines of the grounds it is unlikely that you will stray too far.(16) When she was 15, her father became paralysed and was confined to a wheelchair.
(1) to confine :: i gyfyngu
1. enclose ::
2. restrict ::
3. restrain ::
4. detain ::
5. circumscribe ::
Different Formsconfine, confined, confining
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