There are 2 translations of narrow in Spanish:

narrow1

Pronunciation: /ˈnærəʊ/

adj

  • 2 (restricted) [range/horizons/view] limitado; [attitude/ideas] cerrado, intolerante from a narrow perspective con una perspectiva estrecha or limitada in the narrowest sense of the word en el sentido más estricto de la palabra
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    • Like others, we have huge concerns about scopes of practice becoming narrow and restrictive.
    • The applicant's construction gives it a very narrow scope, virtually limited to prohibiting what is already an offence under the general criminal law.
    • Provincial co-management regimes are typically narrow in scope as well as limited in formal powers.
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    • Passion and commitment can be rather focused, occasionally ranging into the narrow point of view.
    • There are many objections that spring to mind - is that not a narrow view, intolerant, prejudicial to the good health of society?
    • Those who accuse us of social engineering often have very narrow, rigid view about the way the world should be and everyone should conform with that.
  • 3 (exact, thorough) [formal] [scrutiny] minucioso, exhaustivo
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    • He is a conservative in this strict and narrow sense.
    • Although the Old Testament is a literature about an ancient people called Israel, it is not simply a national literature in any narrow sense.
    • Here I am thinking primarily of ethical difficulties, not linguistic or literary difficulties in the narrow sense.

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la tropa = the troops …
Cultural fact of the day

Bullfighting remains popular in many parts of Spain and some Latin American countries, and is regularly broadcast on television. During the bullfight (corrida) three bullfighters (matadores) fight a total of six bulls, two each.

There are 2 translations of narrow in Spanish:

narrow2

vt

  • 1.1 (reduce width of) [canal/lapel] estrechar, angostar (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) the accident narrowed the road to two lanes el accidente dejó la carretera reducida a dos carriles she narrowed her eyes (against the sun) entrecerró los ojos (with suspicion) frunció el ceño to narrow the gap reducir* la distancia
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    • From this haunted ridge the road curves down to Tiquina, where the lake narrows to a strait less than a kilometer wide.
    • The pace soon slows as the road narrows to a rocky rollercoaster single track, changing often and abruptly and leaving most newcomers flailing for gears.
    • Beyond Nakalele the road grows more scenic as it narrows to barely a lane and a half wide in places; go slow and honk on blind hairpin turns.
    1.2 (restrict) [range/field] restringir*, limitar
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    • First, the scope of censorship has narrowed to such an extent that entire domains are now almost a free-for-all.
    • Thirdly, some States have passed implementing legislation that in fact restricts or narrows the scope of grounds of jurisdiction laid down in international treaties.
    • These opportunities are not narrowed to the chosen few in select parties.

vi

Phrasal verbs

narrow down

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complementoto narrow sth down to sth they'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 1.1verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio to narrow down (to sth) reducirse* (a algo) the list of suspects gradually narrowed down la lista de sospechosos se fue reduciendo

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Word of the day tropa
f
la tropa = the troops …
Cultural fact of the day

Bullfighting remains popular in many parts of Spain and some Latin American countries, and is regularly broadcast on television. During the bullfight (corrida) three bullfighters (matadores) fight a total of six bulls, two each.