narrow

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈnærəʊ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈnæroʊ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(narō)

Inflections of 'narrow' (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
narrower
adj comparative
narrowest
adj superlative
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

narrow

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. the [road, street] is too narrow
  2. through the narrow streets
  3. a narrow [passage, corridor, stream]
  4. have (very) narrow [feet, eyes]
  5. these shoes are too narrow
  6. is a narrow angle
  7. a narrow field of [vision, view]
  8. has a narrow range of
  9. take a very narrow view of
  10. [extremely, relatively] narrow
  11. too narrow to [fit, squeeze in]
  12. had a narrow escape
v
  1. the [hall, cave, road, gap] narrowed
  2. the [knife, stick, arrow] narrowed [to, into] a point
  3. narrowed [at, near] the [end, tip]
  4. the angle narrows
  5. narrow your [vision, eyes]
  6. narrow your [search, selection, results]
  7. narrow the [scope, range]
  8. narrow down the [options, suspects, possibilities]
  9. [I've, we've] narrowed it down to [three] (options)
  10. (that) narrows it down
  11. narrow the [gap, playing field, lead]
  12. narrow the angle
  13. narrowed to [find, improve, include]
n
  1. (try to) stay on the straight and narrow
  2. the [teenager, ex-con] kept to the straight and narrow
  3. the [boat, barge] drifted through the narrows
  4. the narrows of the [channel, lake, body of water]
additional examples
  1. the [hall, cave, road, gap] narrowed
  2. (try to) stay on the straight and narrow
  3. the [road, street] is too narrow
  4. the [knife, stick, arrow] narrowed [to, into] a point
  5. the [teenager, ex-con] kept to the straight and narrow
  6. through the narrow streets
  7. narrowed [at, near] the [end, tip]
  8. the [boat, barge] drifted through the narrows
  9. a narrow [passage, corridor, stream]
  10. the angle narrows
  11. the narrows of the [channel, lake, body of water]
  12. have (very) narrow [feet, eyes]
  13. narrow your [vision, eyes]
  14. these shoes are too narrow
  15. narrow your [search, selection, results]
  16. is a narrow angle
  17. narrow the [scope, range]
  18. a narrow field of [vision, view]
  19. narrow down the [options, suspects, possibilities]
  20. has a narrow range of
  21. [I've, we've] narrowed it down to [three] (options)
  22. take a very narrow view of
  23. (that) narrows it down
  24. [extremely, relatively] narrow
  25. narrow the [gap, playing field, lead]
  26. too narrow to [fit, squeeze in]
  27. narrow the angle
  28. is very narrow-minded
  29. narrowed to [find, improve, include]
  30. narrow-minded [views, attitudes, opinions]
  31. had a narrow escape
  32. narrow-gauge railroad
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