Meaning of RESTRICTION in English
▪ draconian , harsh , severe , strict , stringent , strong , tight , tough
▪ major , significant
▪ petty ( esp. BrE )
The removal of petty ~s has made life easier.
arbitrary ~s on medicines
▪ additional , further
free movement of goods between member countries without any artificial ~s
▪ local , state
▪ contractual ( esp. BrE )
▪ constitutional ( esp. AmE ), federal , government , governmental ( esp. AmE ), legal , legislative , regulatory ( esp. AmE ), statutory ( esp. BrE )
▪ access , security
▪ budgetary , financial
▪ copyright , deed ( AmE ), land-use ( AmE ), ownership ( esp. AmE )
▪ age , height , speed , time , weight
▪ abortion ( esp. AmE ), advertising , environmental , gun , parking , reporting ( BrE )
▪ export , import , trade
▪ flight , immigration , travel , visa
▪ religious , social ( esp. AmE ), speech ( AmE )
▪ food , water
the dietary ~s of Judaism
By following certain dietary ~s, these children can lead normal lives.
the health benefits of calorie ~
VERB + RESTRICTION
▪ create , impose , introduce , place , put , set
plans to create further vehicle ~s in the city
The government has introduced tough new import ~s.
He doesn't put any ~s on me.
They have the potential to enforce ~s such as no smoking policies.
a Senate bill that seeks to tighten ~s on coal plant emissions
▪ ease , loosen ( esp. AmE ), relax
The ~ was relaxed in 2002.
▪ eliminate ( esp. AmE ), lift , remove
The press asked for ~s on reporting the war to be lifted.
▪ be subject to
The right of sale is subject to certain ~s.
RESTRICTION + VERB
▪ affect sth , apply
The 30 mph speed ~ applies in all built-up areas.
▪ limit sth
~s that limit access to land and raw materials
▪ prevent sth
Confidentiality ~s prevent me from giving any names.
RESTRICTION + NOUN
▪ order ( BrE , law )
▪ with ~
They had to live for a month with certain ~s on their freedom of movement.
▪ with no ~ , without ~
Citizens of the EU can travel without ~ within the EU.
▪ ~ of
another instance of the ~ of basic civil liberties
▪ ~ on , ~ upon
The regulations were seen as a ~ on personal freedom.
Oxford Collocations English Dictionary. Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний . 2012