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ADJ-GRADED 狭窄的;狭小的 Something that is narrow measures a very small distance from one side to the other, especially compared to its length or height.
...through the town's narrow streets...
She had long, narrow feet.
VERB 变狭窄;变窄 If something narrows, it becomes less wide.
The wide track narrows before crossing another stream.
V-ERG (使)(眼睛)眯起 If your eyes narrow or if you narrow your eyes, you almost close them, for example because you are angry or because you are trying to concentrate on something.
Coggins' eyes narrowed angrily. 'You think I'd tell you?'...
He paused and narrowed his eyes in concentration.
ADJ-GRADED (想法、态度或信仰)狭隘的，有局限的 If you describe someone's ideas, attitudes, or beliefs as narrow, you disapprove of them because they are restricted in some way, and often ignore the more important aspects of an argument or situation.
...a narrow and outdated view of family life...
I would have preferred somebody who had wider ideas, and he was rather narrow.
V-ERG 缩小;(使)变小 If something narrows or if you narrow it, its extent or range becomes smaller.
Most recent opinion polls suggest that the gap between the two main parties has narrowed...
Senate negotiators further narrowed their differences over the level of federal spending for anti-drug programs.
ADJ-GRADED (胜利)勉强的;(胜负)差距微弱的;险胜的 If you have a narrow victory, you succeed in winning but only by a small amount.
Delegates have voted by a narrow majority in favour of considering electoral reform.
ADJ-GRADED 很险的;勉强的 If you have a narrow escape, something unpleasant nearly happens to you.
Two police officers had a narrow escape when separatists attacked their vehicles.