- n.断面收缩; 缩小; 窄化; 变窄
- v.（使）变窄( narrow的现在分词 )
Guderian leaned forward, his eyes narrowing in that infuriating half - grin.
姑德里安向前探了探身子, 恼怒地眯起眼睛, 皮笑 肉不笑.
His own options were narrowing before his eyes.
However, any such narrowing process is influenced by the scientist's personal and professional experience and values.
英汉非文学 - 环境法 - 环境法
The lumen is large, without any narrowing atheromatous plaque.
Profit margins in some key industrial sectors are narrowing.
Exercise - induced bronchoconstriction ( EIB ) describes airway narrowing association with exercise.
运动诱发性支气管痉挛 ( exercise-inducedbronchoconstriction, EIB ) 是由运动诱发的急性短暂的气道缩窄.
This is known as cognitive narrowing or cognitive tunnel vision.
Direct laryngoscopy revealed narrowing of the glottis with diffuse ulcerative necrotic tissue.
They monitor premiumsand get their signals their narrowing or widening.
This is the chief way of narrowing the differences between them.
Results All cases were shown as bowel wall thickening, with luminal narrowing.
There is a severe degree of narrowing in this coronary artery.
Continue to reduce total income tax revenue, but gradually narrowing monthly decline.
A run - time error occurs if such a narrowing conversion fails.
Atherosclerosis is the hardening and narrowing of the arteries.
1. an instance of becoming narrow
2. a decrease in width
3. the act of making something narrower
1. becoming gradually narrower;
"long tapering fingers"
"trousers with tapered legs"
2. (of circumstances) tending to constrict freedom