narrow / ˈnær oʊ /


narrow4 个定义

adj. 形容词 adjective

nar·row·er, nar·row·est.

  1. of little breadth or width; not broad or wide; not as wide as usual or expected: a narrow path.
  2. limited in extent or space; affording little room: narrow quarters.
  3. limited in range or scope: a narrow sampling of public opinion.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to decrease in width or breadth: This is where the road narrows.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to make narrower.
  2. to limit or restrict: to narrow an area of search; to narrow down a contest to three competitors.
  3. to make narrow-minded: Living in that village has narrowed him.
n. 名词 noun
  1. a narrow part, place, or thing.
  2. a narrow part of a valley, passage, or road.
  3. narrows, a narrow part of a strait, river, ocean current, etc.
  4. The Narrows, a narrow strait from upper to lower New York Bay, between Staten Island and Long Island. 2 miles long; 1 mile wide.

narrow 近义词

v. 动词 verb

reduce, simplify

adj. 形容词 adjective

confined, restricted

adj. 形容词 adjective

intolerant, small-minded

adj. 形容词 adjective

cheap, stingy


  • narrow escape
  • straight and narrow


  1. Even those who were in the Capitol that day had only a narrow sense of what happened.
  2. Google previously added a menu at the top to let you filter based on those alternate meanings and better narrow down the search results to what you are looking for.
  3. As we noted earlier, the research subjects — college students and MTurk users — they represent narrow slices of the population.
  4. Her terror is played out for entertainment, whether that means a narrow escape or a bloody death.
  5. I think that on both sides of the aisle, you see these entrenched politicians, this entrenched political class who have a very narrow viewpoint of how the world should act.
  6. What it endangers is a narrow conception of Russian power, understood through the eyes of its dictatorial leader.
  7. By that time, SantaCon had already spread beyond the narrow confines of a few prankster-explorers.
  8. A cruiser shows up and eyes narrow and citizens often withdraw.
  9. And besides, the studies that do enjoy widespread media circulation focus on a very narrow segment of the LGBT community: gay men.
  10. He has sunken eyes and a narrow black beard speckled with gray.
  11. The streets here are rather wide for an Italian city but would be deemed intolerably narrow in America.
  12. He is rather tall and narrow, and wears a long abb's coat reaching nearly down to his feet.
  13. As he was toiling slowly up a narrow, rocky pass, he suddenly saw an Indian's head peering over the ledge.
  14. Her thin and narrow hands held the balcony railing rather tightly.
  15. When we got to the house we entered an obscure corridor and began to find our way up a dark and narrow staircase.