A narrow strait connecting two bodies of water.
Make or become more narrow or restricted:
— The selection was narrowed.
— The road narrowed.
Dutch: vernauwen, versmallen
— I cannot narrow down the rules for this game.
Become more focused on an area of activity or field of study.
Become tight or as if tight.
Limited in size or scope.
Lacking tolerance or flexibility or breadth of view:
— A brilliant but narrow-minded judge.
— Narrow opinions.
Polish: ciasny, ograniczony
Very limited in degree.
Characterized by painstaking care and detailed examination:
— A narrow scrutiny.
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