Definition of time-limited in English:

time-limited

adjective

  • See time limit

    • ‘‘He always saw it as a time-limited job for a specific purpose,’ a friend said.’
    • ‘Well, that's certainly specific, measurable, achievable and time-limited.’
    • ‘Shop fronts are also to be improved, she added, as well as the introduction of new kerbing, resurfacing and time-limited car parking.’
    • ‘Rental, subscription and time-limited trial offers (already used for computer software) are all options.’
    • ‘This is time-limited, and if it does not go ahead, money will be spent elsewhere.’