impose restrictions

This page is about the collocation impose restrictions

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to place limits or bans on particular actions or activities

For example

  • We'll be imposing a range of new restrictions on food imports to protect public health.

  • How can these restrictions you've imposed on the use of social media be enforced?

Note:
Related collocations include "impose limitations" and "impose constraints"

Quick Quiz

Governments impose restrictions on freedom of speech in order to

a. protect their opponents

b. silence their opponents

c. silence their supporters

Contributor: Matt Errey