poner un tope a

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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. to limit
No queremos poner un tope a la cantidad de gente que puede obtener una visa de trabajo.We don't want to limit the amount of people that can apply for a work visa.
b. to set a limit
El periódico en línea puso un tope a la cantidad de artículos que puedes leer gratis por semana.The online newspaper set a limit on the amount of articles you can read for free per week.
c. to place a limit
Los bancos pusieron un tope a la cantidad de dinero que se puede sacar por día en un cajero automático.Banks placed a limit on the amount of money you can get per day from an ATM.
d. to put a limit
Muchos empresarios quieren que el gobierno ponga un tope a la cantidad de productos importados.Many businessmen want the government to put a limit on the number of imported products.
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