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Translation of "constrict" - English-Spanish dictionary

constrict

verb   /kənˈstrɪkt/
to become tighter and narrower, or to make something become tighter and narrower estrechar, dificultar He hated wearing a tie – he felt it constricted his breathing. When you’re dancing, you don’t want to wear anything that constricts your movements. The drug causes the blood vessels to constrict.1969
to limit an action or behaviour restringir, coartar Too many rules had constricted her lifestyle.1872
constriction noun   /-ˈstrɪk.ʃən/
(Definition of constrict from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

constrict

verb /kənˈstrikt/
to press tightly; to cramp apretar, oprimir The tight collar was constricting his neck.
(Definition of constrict from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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