small from one side to the other, especially not wide; limited in range or effect
almost not enough or only just successful
(cause to) become narrow
"a narrow bridge"
"a narrow line across the page"
"the narrow sense of a word"
"a brilliant but narrow-minded judge"
"won by a narrow margin"
"a narrow escape"
"a minute inspection of the grounds"
"a narrow scrutiny"
"an exact and minute report"
"The selection was narrowed"
"The road narrowed"
"I cannot narrow down the rules for this game"
"She specializes in Near Eastern history"
"Her throat constricted"
A narrow window twelve feet long by two feet wide.
出自： B. Moore
A lane so narrow that the bushes tangled their fingers together overhead.
出自： J. Gardam
Mrs. Undine hunched her narrow shoulders.
出自： J. Wilcox
Below the foot-bridge of the weir the stream suddenly narrowed to half its width.
出自： T. Hardy
Stephen's concerns narrowed to practical matters: how soon he could leave.
出自： I. McEwan
搜查的目标已经缩小到几条街道了,那持枪的歹徒可能就藏在那里的什么地方。 narrow sth ⇔ down
The police have now narrowed down their list of suspects.
In the end the choice was narrowed down to three people who might be suitable for the job.