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Delimited vs. Limited

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  • Delimited (adjective)

    With specified conditions.

  • Delimited (adjective)

    Within boundaries or limits.

  • Delimited (verb)

    simple past tense and past participle of delimit

  • Limited (verb)

    simple past tense and past participle of limit

  • Limited (adjective)

    With certain (often specified) limits placed upon it.

  • Limited (adjective)

    Of numbers, amounts, data: poor, small, felt to be insufficient.

    "I have a limited understanding of quantum physics."

  • Limited (noun)

    An express train that only halts at a limited number of stops.

Wiktionary
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Webster Dictionary
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  • Delimited (adjective)

    having the limits or boundaries established;

    "a delimited frontier through the disputed region"

  • Delimited (adjective)

    showing or determining a boundary;

    "it is impossible to specify a clearly circumscribed (or delimited) area for any particular science"

  • Limited (adjective)

    small in range or scope;

    "limited war"

    "a limited success"

    "a limited circle of friends"

  • Limited (adjective)

    subject to limits or subjected to limits

  • Limited (adjective)

    including only a part

  • Limited (adjective)

    mediocre

  • Limited (adjective)

    not excessive

  • Limited (adjective)

    having a specific function or scope;

    "a special (or specific) role in the mission"

  • Limited (adjective)

    not unlimited;

    "a limited list of choices"

Princeton's WordNet
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