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narrow

adjective
 
 
/ˈnærəʊ/
extremely small: a narrow margin/defeat/victory/lead The election was won by a narrow margin of 85 votes.
including only a small number of things: Specialization by developing countries in a narrow range of commodities had left them vulnerable to external shocks. With little money available, the policymakers established narrow eligibility criteria and limited the number of grants.
in a narrow range FINANCE if something trades in a narrow range, it does not go up and down very much in price: Dealers in London described trading as light with prices continuing to trade in a narrow range.
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