第三人称单数： restricts 现在分词： restricting 过去式： restricted 过去分词： restricted
记忆技巧：re 一再 + strict 拉紧 → 一再拉紧 → 限制
1.There is talk of raising the admission requirements to restrict the number of students on campus
2.He was, however, allowed to stay on at the temple as long as he restricted himself to his studies
3.The hospital may restrict bookings to people living locally
4.The French, I believe, restrict Japanese imports to a maximum of 3 per cent of their market.
5.These dams have restricted the flow of the river downstream.
1.He feels this new law will restrict his freedom.
restrict to (v.+prep.)
把…限制〔控制,保持〕在…limit〔control, keep〕 sth to a place or level
restrict oneself/sth to sth
1.He restricted himself to five cigarettes a day.
be restricted in one's movements 行动受约束
be restricted to 限于,局限于
be restricted within narrow limits 限于狭窄的范围内
1.The other measures include restricting portion sizes, taxing and prohibiting special price deals for junk foods, and placing warning labels on the products.
2.What used to restrict the use of electric vehicles?
3.Twitter's huge success is rooted in the simple but profound insight that in a medium with infinite space for self-expression, the most interesting thing we can do is restrict ourselves to 140 characters.
4.The move was prompted by OPEC's desire to raise prices by restricting supply and by its opposition to US support of Israel in the Arab-Israeli Yom Kippur War.
5.But senior medical figures want to stop fast-food outlets opening near schools, restrict advertising of products high in fat, salt or sugar, and limit sponsorship of sports events by fast-food producers such as McDonald's.
2011年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ
6.Critics make three main arguments against gene patents: a gene is a product of nature, so it may not be patented; gene patents suppress innovation rather than reward it; and patents'monopolies restrict access to genetic tests such as Myriad's.
2012年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ