English definition of “constrict”
LIMIT [T] › to limit someone's freedom to do what they want to or be the way they want to: His creativity was constricted by the political regime he lived under.
MAKE NARROWER [I, T] › to become narrower or tighter, or to make something narrower or tighter: The blood vessels constricted. constriction
/kənˈstrɪkʃən/ noun [U]