### lim·it

/ˈlimət/

noun

- a point or level beyond which something does not or may not extend or pass."the success of the coup showed the limits of monarchical power"
- a restriction on the size or amount of something permissible or possible."an age limit"synonyms: maximum, ceiling, limitation, upper limit, restriction, curb, check, control, curtailment, restraint, damper, brake, rein
- a point or value that a sequence, function, or sum of a series can be made to approach progressively, until it is as close to the point or value as desired.

verb

set or serve as a limit to.

"try to limit the amount you drink"

synonyms: restrict, curb, check, place a limit on, cap, keep within bounds, hold in check, restrain, put a brake on, hold, freeze, peg, regulate, control, govern, delimit, demarcate, circumscribe, ration, arrest, bridle, inhibit, damp (down), fetter, tie down, trammel

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A limit is a boundary, or how far something can go, or the maximum amount of something. When you reach the limit, imagine a little sign saying "the end."