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- the final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point as to extent, amount, continuance, procedure, etc.:
*the limit of his experience; the limit of vision.* - a boundary or bound, as of a country, area, or district.
- a number such that the value of a given function remains arbitrarily close to this number when the independent variable is sufficiently close to a specified point or is sufficiently large. The limit of 1/x is zero as x approaches infinity; the limit of (x − 1)2 is zero as x approaches 1.
- a number such that the absolute value of the difference between terms of a given sequence and the number approaches zero as the index of the terms increases to infinity.
- one of two numbers affixed to the integration symbol for a definite integral, indicating the interval or region over which the integration is taking place and substituted in a primitive, if one exists, to evaluate the integral.
- the premises or region enclosed within boundaries:
*We found them on school limits after hours.* - the maximum sum by which a bet may be raised at any one time.
- something or someone that exasperates, delights, etc., to an extreme degree:
*You have made errors before, but this is the limit.*

- to restrict by or as if by establishing limits (usually fol. by to):
*Please limit answers to 25 words.* - to confine or keep within limits:
*to limit expenditures.* - to fix or assign definitely or specifically.

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