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Definition of "constrained" [con•strained]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of constrain. (verb)

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Use "constrained" in a sentence
  • "Anyone building to the notion that processor and download times are severely constrained is building to yesterdays specs and not tomorrows. blog comments powered by Disqus"
  • "It seems like you still got some pretty good headroom and execution on the DRAM spite, specifically with Inotera, but it sounds like your near term constrained in terms of your capacity, particularly, 34 nanometer for NAND."
  • "(Q&A) It seems like you've still got some pretty good headroom and execution on the DRAM spots, specifically with Inotera, but it sounds like you're near-term constrained in terms of your capacity, particularly at 34 nanometer for NAND."