Meaning of “narrow” - Learner’s Dictionary

narrow

adjective us uk /ˈnærəʊ/
Extra Examples
The road is hidden by a narrow belt of trees.A narrow path runs between the two houses.She squeezed through a narrow gap in the wall.The town is built on a narrow strip of land between two rivers.She has very narrow hips.
NOT WIDE

B1 Narrow things measure a small distance from one side to the other:

a narrow lane/street
a narrow tie
FEW

including only a small number:

He has very narrow interests.
a narrow defeat/victory

If you have a narrow defeat/victory, you only just lose/win.

a narrow escape

If you have a narrow escape, you only just avoid danger.

(Definition of “narrow adjective” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)