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narrow

adjective /ˈnӕrəu/
having or being only a small distance from side to side
estrecho
a narrow road The bridge is too narrow for large lorries to cross.
only just managed
escaso
a narrow escape.
(of ideas, interests or experience) not extensive enough
reducido
a narrow outlook on life.
narrowly adverb closely; only just
por poco
The ball narrowly missed his head.
narrows noun plural a narrow sea-passage; a channel or strait
estrecho
the narrows of the Kiang River.
narrow-minded adjective unwilling to accept ideas different from one’s own
de miras estrechas, estrecho de miras
He has such a narrow-minded view of the world.
(Definition of narrow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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