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restraint
rɪ'streɪnt
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of controlling by restraining someone or something.
  2. A device that retards something's motion.
  3. Lack of ornamentation.
  4. Discipline in personal and social activities.
  5. A rule or condition that limits freedom.
  6. The state of being physically constrained.
Hyphenationre•straint
Part of Speech(名) noun
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克制kèzhìto restrain; to control; restraint; self-control
限制xiànzhìto restrict; to limit; to confine; restriction; limit
抑制yìzhìto inhibit; to keep down; to suppress
约束yuēshùto restrict; to limit to; to constrain; restriction; constraint
拘束jūshùto restrict; to restrain; constrained; awkward; ill at ease; uncomfortable; reticent
束缚shùfù, shùfú (Tw)to bind; to restrict; to tie; to commit; fetters
畏忌wèijìto be arrested by fear; restraint; scruple
to bind or restrain; restraint; restriction, timid and awkward, to wind around; to tangle, to connect; to join, together with
桎梏zhìgùshackles; to shackle; (fig.) restraint; yoke
羁绊jībàntrammels; fetters; yoke; to restrain; to hinder; restraint
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