Betekenis van:

Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
    • subject to limits or subjected to limits




    1. That child's free time is circumscribed.
    2. Although such information, the circulation of which outside the ECB could seriously undermine the ECB’s functioning, has been circumscribed in this Decision to specific areas of activity, it is necessary to provide for the possibility of adapting the Decision to any unforeseen developments to ensure that the ECB continues to fulfil the tasks assigned to it by the Treaty.
    3. Except in the case of travellers, the use of declarations made in writing and the associated documents should be circumscribed to the fallback procedure enabling the operators to carry out the transit operations when the customs computerised transit system, or when the computerised system of the authorised consignor or of the principal does not function, or when the network between the latter and the customs authorities is not functioning.