Restraint

usgb/rɪˈstreɪnt/Volume
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Physical DevicesPlay
Think of 'restraint' as safety equipment in cars or hospitals to protect or control. SlideMake sure the child restraint is securely fastened before driving.
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Preventive ActionPlay
'Restraint' also means taking action to stop something from becoming chaotic. SlideThe security team used restraints to control the crowd.
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Not Always PhysicalPlay
Sometimes 'restraint' refers to non-physical means like rules or systems. SlideThe software has restraints to prevent unauthorized access.