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narrow down
  • 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + objectto narrow something down to somethingthey've narrowed their investigation down to this area
    han limitado su investigación a esta área
    we narrowed it down to only three candidates
    fuimos descartando candidatos hasta quedar con solo tres
  • 2verb + adverbto narrow down (to something)
    reducirse (a algo)
    the list of suspects gradually narrowed down
    la lista de sospechosos se fue reduciendo
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