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Difference between 'Limit' and 'Limitation'

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Limit means boundary.

Limitation means restriction or inability.

Sample Usage

1. This is the limit of his land.
2. There was no limit to her ambition.
3. We must put a limit on our spending.
4. We must limit the amount of time we spend on this work.

1. His limitations are many.
2. We all have our limitations.
3. It is a good plan but it has serious limitations.

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