ambit
I noun border, boundary, boundary line, bounds, circumference, contour, delineation lines, domain, dominion, furthest extent, furthest point, jurisdiction, limit, lines, orbit, outline, outer limit, pale, perimeter, periphery, province, realm, sphere associated concepts: ambit of a statute, within the ambit of the law II index border, capacity (sphere), circuit, contour (outline), coverage (scope), frontier, limit, outline (boundary), periphery, purview, range, scope, sphere

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ambit
A boundary line that indicates ownership of a parcel of land as opposed to other parcels; an exterior or enclosing line. The limits of a power or jurisdiction. The delineation of the scope of a particular subject matter.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


ambit
A boundary line that indicates ownership of a parcel of land as opposed to other parcels; an exterior or enclosing line. The limits of a power or jurisdiction. The delineation of the scope of a particular subject matter.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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  • Ambit — Am bit, n. [L. ambitus circuit, fr. ambire to go around. See {Ambient}.] Circuit or compass. [1913 Webster] His great parts did not live within a small ambit. Milward. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ambit — ambit* {{/stl 13}}{{stl 7}}ZOB. wziąć na ambit {{/stl 7}} …   Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień

  • ambit — (n.) late 14c., space surrouinding a building or town; precinct; 1590s, a circuit, from L. ambitus a going round, pp. of ambire to go round, to go about (see AMBIENT (Cf. ambient)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • ambit — ► NOUN ▪ the scope, extent, or bounds of something. ORIGIN Latin ambitus circuit …   English terms dictionary

  • ambit — [am′bit] n. [L ambitus, a going about, revolution < pp. of ambire: see AMBIENT] 1. a circuit or circumference 2. the limits or scope; bounds …   English World dictionary

  • ambit — am|bit [ˈæmbıt] n [singular] formal [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: ambitus, from the past participle of ambire; AMBIENT] the range or limit of someone s authority, influence etc fall within the ambit of sth ▪ areas falling within the ambit of …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ambit — Wziąć, brać (coś) na ambit «uznać coś za punkt honoru i za wszelką cenę chcieć to zrobić»: Cóż to za przyjemny chłopak! Domyty, wyszczotkowany, wyczyszczony. Szykowny w najlepszym tego słowa znaczeniu. Moje drapichrusty wzięły też na ambit i… …   Słownik frazeologiczny

  • ambit — m IV, D. u, Ms. ambiticie 1. lm M. y archit. «wąskie przejście wokół prezbiterium, zwykle na przedłużeniu naw bocznych, charakterystyczne dla kościołów romańskich i gotyckich; obejście, krużganek wokół dziedzińca klasztornego» Ambit katedry. 2.… …   Słownik języka polskiego

  • ambit — [[t]æ̱mbɪt[/t]] N SING: usu with poss The ambit of something is its range or extent. [FORMAL] Her case falls within the ambit of moral law. Syn: scope …   English dictionary

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