I (imprisonment) noun act of keeping in, apprehension, arrest, bondage, bonds, bounds, captivity, care, charge, commitment, confinement, containment, control, custodianship, custody, detainment, detention, encincture, enclosure, enthrallment, fetter, immuration, immurement, impoundment, incarceration, internment, keeping, legal restraint, preventive custody, preventive detention, prison, prohibition, protective custody, quarantine, remand, restriction II (restriction) noun act of forestalling, act of hampering, act of quelling, act of stifling, act of strangling, act of thwarting, astriction, bar, circumscription, coercion, compulsion, constriction, curb, deprivation, detainment, determent, disallowance, disapprobation, duress, encumbrance, enthrallment, fetter, forbiddance, force, hindrance, impediment, inhibition, interdict, interdiction, limitation, muzzle, obstruction, obstructionism, preclusion, pressure, prevention, prohibition, proscription, rein, repression, restraint, restrictive practice, strangulation, stultification, suppression, temperance, trammel associated concepts: estoppel III index bar (obstruction), bondage, captivity, coercion, commitment (confinement), composure, compulsion (coercion), control (restriction), custody (incarceration), detention, deterrence, deterrent, discipline (obedience), disincentive, duress, embarrassment, enforcement, fetter, force (compulsion), incarceration, limitation, moderation, obstacle, obstruction, pressure, prohibition, quota, requirement, restraint, restriction, retention

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  • constraint — UK US /kənˈstreɪnt/ noun [C] ► something that controls what you can do by keeping you within particular limits: »The constraint of distribution costs remains the severest of all. budget/financial, etc. constraints »This growth in revenue may… …   Financial and business terms

  • constraint — [n1] force a must*, coercion, compulsion, driving, duress, goad, hang up*, impelling, impulsion, monkey*, motive, necessity, no no*, pressure, repression, restraint, spring, spur, suppression, violence; concepts 14,121 constraint [n2] shyness… …   New thesaurus

  • constraint — late 14c., distress, oppression, from O.Fr. constreinte binding, constraint, compulsion (Mod.Fr. contrainte), fem. noun from constreint, pp. of constreindre, from V.L. *constrinctus, from L. constrictus (see CONSTRAIN (Cf. constrain)). Meaning… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Constraint — Constraint. См. Реакция связи. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …   Словарь металлургических терминов

  • constraint — compulsion, coercion, duress, restraint, *force, violence Analogous words: suppression, repression (see corresponding verbs at SUPPRESS): impelling or impulsion, driving or drive (see corresponding verbs at MOVE): goad, spur, *motive, spring:… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • constraint — ► NOUN 1) a limitation or restriction. 2) stiffness of manner and inhibition …   English terms dictionary

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