Tuesday, 10 April 2012


Today's WOTD is: "límite" = limit

In Spanish, the noun "límite" is a masculine noun of Latin origin, the meaning of which is limit.

Some commonly used expressions containing the words "límite" are:
  • Fecha límite (deadline);
  • Límite de velocidad (speed limit);
  • Límite superior (upper limit);
  • Límite inferior (lower limit);
  • No tener límites (to be unbounded);
  • Situación límite (extreme situation);
  • ¡Todo tienen un límite! (enough is enough!);
Some examples of the use of the words "límite" are:
  • Mañana es la fecha límite (tomorrow is the deadline);
  • 90 es el límite de velocidad (the speed limit is 90);
  • No hay límite superior (there isn't an upper limit);
  • No hay límite inferior (there isn't an lower limit);
  • Su maldad no tiene límites (his evil has no bounds);

Love-Spanish.com loves the word "límite" in the YouTube clip: LA FRONTERA El Límite

For more on the word "límite", visit: Wordreference.com/es/en/ Límite

*NB 'Click' on the speaker icon next to the word “límite” in the link to hear the word pronounced.

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