listen to the pronunciation of restraint
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kısıtlama

Senin kısıtlamanı takdir ediyorum. - I appreciate your restraint.

Ben senin kısıtlamana hayranım. - I admire your restraint.


Onun baskısına rağmen, o, onu kabul etti. - Despite his restraint, he agreed to it.


Çoğu insandan daha çok sınırlaman var. - You have more restraint than most people.

(Kanun) takyit
özüne hakim olma
özünü tutma
restraint of trade ticareti kısıtlama veya narh koyma
{i} tahdit
{i} kendini tutma/zaptetme, itidal
{i} sıkılma, çekinme
sıkılma çekinme
{i} engel
restraint factor
(Askeri) tahdit faktörü
restraint of
restraint system
sınırlama sistemi
restraint factor
(Askeri) TAHDİT FAKTÖRÜ: Normal olarak yerçekim kuvvetinin çarpanları şeklinde ifade edilen bir faktör. Bu faktör, özel bir yükü emniyete alacak gerekli bağlama gücünü belirlemektedir
restraint fixture
sıkma fikstürü
restraint of liberty
özgürlüğün kısıtlanması
restraint of loads
(Askeri) YÜK TAHDİDİ: Nakliye esnasında yerinden kıpırdamamasını temin edecek bir şekilde bir birliğe veya onun nakliyecisine ait bağlama, raptetme, ambalajlama yöntemi
restraint of loads
(Askeri) yük tahdidi
restraint of trade
(Kanun) ticaret engeli
restraint of trade
(Kanun) ticaret tahdidi
restraint of trade
ticaretin kısıtlanması
restraint systems
engelleme sistemleri
child restraint
(Otomotiv) çocuk koltuğu
put under restraint
call for restraint
sük-nete davet etmek
exercised restraint
Öğrenilmiş kendi kendini kontrol
openness, lack of restraint
kısıtlanmış açıklık eksikliği
show restraint
Kendini tutmak
with restraint
kısıtlama ile
without restraint
serbestçe, çekinmeden
without restraint
kısıtlama olmadan
bunk restraint
ranza tutucusu
call for restraint
sükunete davet etmek
call for restraint
sakinleşmesini istemek
cessation of restraint
(Kanun) memnuiyetin nihayeti
cessation of restraint
(Kanun) yasağın sona ermesi
self restraint
kendine hakim olma
self restraint
kendini tutma
İngilizce - İngilizce
something that restrains, ties, fastens or secures

Make sure all the restraints are tight.

control or caution; reserve

Try to exercise restraint when talking to your boss.

discipline in personal and social activities; "he was a model of polite restraint"; "she never lost control of herself"
{n} an abridgement of liberty, force
{i} control of one's own emotions, constraint, reserve; person or thing that restrains
lack of ornamentation; "the room was simply decorated with great restraint"
A physical procedure that temporarily restricts the movement of an individual engaging in problem behavior that has increased in severity to such a degree that injury to the individual or others will occur without intervention Restraint procedures should only be used in extreme situations with the consent of the student's parents and in conjunction with a positive behavioral support plan Due to improper techniques leading to serious injury or death, restraint procedures should only be implemented by trained staff
The state of being restrained
That which restrains, as a law, a prohibition, or the like; limitation; restriction
the of act controlling by restraining someone or something; "the unlawful restraint of trade"
Any physical or chemical way to stop a patient from being free to move These restraints are used to prevent patient injury and are not used for treating medical symptoms
- Any manual method or physical or mechanical device, material or equipment attached to or near a resident's body that he/she cannot remove easily and which prevents freedom of movement or normal access to one's own body Also, a chemical drug used for discipline or convenience which is not needed to treat medical symptoms
a device that retards something's motion; "the car did not have proper restraints fitted"
A device used to prevent riders from leaving the proper riding position, should it be sitting, standing or otherwise Often restraints are used to prevent irresponsible riders from taking foolish risks, like intentionally standing up during the ride, and aren't truly necessary for normal operations Well-designed restraints, however, do make riding more pleasurable See Lapbar, Seatbelt, and Horsecollar for descriptions of some restraint designs
Restraint is calm, controlled, and unemotional behaviour. They behaved with more restraint than I'd expected
a rule or condition that limits freedom; "legal restraints"; "restraints imposed on imports
the of act controlling by restraining someone or something; "the unlawful restraint of trade" a device that retards something's motion; "the car did not have proper restraints fitted" discipline in personal and social activities; "he was a model of polite restraint"; "she never lost control of herself" a rule or condition that limits freedom; "legal restraints"; "restraints imposed on imports
These hold you into the ride The are found in several forms from seat belts, to lap bars, as well as in over the shoulder restraints
the state of being physically constrained; "dogs should be kept under restraint"
the act of holding back, keeping under control
a rule or condition that limits freedom; "legal restraints"; "restraints imposed on imports"
The act or process of restraining, or of holding back or hindering from motion or action, in any manner; hindrance of the will, or of any action, physical or mental
Some sort of device to prevent the rider from leaving the roller coaster train while it's in motion The fundamental idea of the restraint is to protect the rider and keep them in the proper riding position throughout the duration of the ride Commonly found restraints include lap bars, over-the-shoulder restraints and seat belts
Restraints are rules or conditions that limit or restrict someone or something. The Prime Minister is calling for new restraints on trade unions
A device designed to hold a person within the body of a vehicle and limit movement during a crash, thereby reducing severity of injury Includes inertia reel and fixed lap or sash seat belts, and child restraints such as capsules The device must meet the relevant Australian Vehicle Design Rules and the Australian Standards Restraints must be worn by drivers and passengers of motor vehicles
The experimental 'area', which could be a bench, field or week, is split into blocks, and each treatment is equally represented within a block Blocks could be shelves in an incubator, days of the week , interviewers or strips in a field, etc Consider a single factor design, using blocks, for example the growth of a bacteria on different media The factor is growth medium, the treatments are the different media and the blocks are shelves within an incubator In effect we carry out a two factor design, where one factor is the blocking
restraint of trade
An agreement that prevents fair competition on the open market, such as an agreement by one party to hire a second party to work within a profession on the condition that the second party will not compete against the first
restraint of trade
union that determines uniform prices in a market, monopoly, cartel
restraint of trade
any act that tends to prevent free competition in business
restraint of trade
An action or condition that tends to prevent free competition in business, as the creation of a monopoly or the limiting of a market. Preventing of free competition in business by some action or condition such as price-fixing or the creation of a monopoly. The U.S. has a long-standing policy of maintaining competition among business enterprises through antitrust laws, the best-known of which, the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, declared illegal "every contract, combination...or conspiracy in restraint of trade or commerce
Self-control, control over one's emotions, passions and actions

His lack of self-restraint lead to several ugly scenes of debauchery and violent outburst.

supplemental restraint system
Any of several restraining systems in a vehicle, such as an airbag, in addition to the seatbelts
supplemental restraint systems
plural form of supplemental restraint system
lateral vascular neck restraint
The lateral vascular neck restraint (also called sleeper hold) is utilized blood restriction hold in law enforcement, and can be performed from behind the suspect (or from the front when the officer is "on top" of the suspect) by putting an arm around the neck of the suspect, with the crook of the elbow over the midline of the neck. By pinching the arm together while assisting with the free hand, the carotid arteries and jugular veins were compressed on both sides of the neck
child restraint
A device, such as a seat belt or small car seat with a seat belt, used to control and protect a child in a motor vehicle
combination in restraint of trade
(law) any monopoly or contract or combination or conspiracy intended to restrain commerce (which are illegal according to anti-trust laws of the United States)
exercised restraint
exhibited self-control, showed moderation
passive restraint
An automatic safety device, such as an air bag, in a motor vehicle that protects a person during a crash
passive restraint
inactive expression of protest, quiet objection
policy of restraint
policy adopted by Israel during the Persian Gulf War when it chose no to respond to the missile attacks launched by Iraq
prior restraint
power to prevent something from being published or to require approval before publication (illegal in the USA because it violates the Freedom of the Press)
prior restraint
Judicial prevention of a statement or other expression from being published
plural of restraint
self restraint
exhibiting restraint imposed on the self; "an effective temperateness in debate
If you show self-restraint, you do not do something even though you would like to do it, because you think it would be better not to. the ability to stop yourself doing or saying something, even though you want to, because it is more sensible not to do or say it exercise/practise self-restraint
exhibiting restraint imposed on the self; "an effective temperateness in debate"
with restraint
with control, with reserve
without any restraint
without restriction, without control
without restraint
in an unstoppable manner