Confine means to keep within bounds, to keep in a limited space or area.
Confine implies that someone has the power to keep a person in a certain space. This can be most easily described through a prison.
The judge said, "I confine this person to jail for 30 days.” (The judge has the power)
I feel like I am confined in the house due to the rain these days. (The nature has the power)
Constrain means to force physically by strong persuasion, to compel, to oblige. It is used more in the sense of space limits, restrictions, or controls.
Restrain means to hold back or stop someone or something from doing something, to prevent somebody from doing something.
Restrain 克制。Restrain oneself 自制，克制自己，约束自己
I wanted to eat more, but for the health purpose, I restrained myself.
Restrict means to make a rule, law, or regulation usually set by people in charge. RESTRICT is often stronger than LIMIT and there will be a fine or punishment for violating a restriction.
Limit is to describe the point of the end of possibility. Compare with RESTRICT, LIMIT is more like a guideline than a rule, which only tell the amount of something you can have/take.
My mother set a limit on how many hours I can watch TV every day.
Everyone should follow the speed limit during driving. (If the speed limit is 120 miles per hour, it’s better that your driving speed does not go faster than 120)
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