Narrow in spanish

Estrecho

pronunciation: estɹ̩etʃoʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

narrow [narrower -comp., narrowest -sup.]1 = estrecho, limitado, específico. [Pincha en o en para ver otros adjetivos cuyo grados comparativos y superlativos se formas añadiendo "-er" o "-est" (o sus variantes "-r" o "-st") al final]

Example: The subject areas which such data bases cover may range from relatively narrow subjects, to interdisciplinary areas.

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» have + a narrow escape = salvarse de milagro, salvarse por los pelos, volver a nacer, escaparse por los pelos, librarse por los pelos.

Example: I and all friends, thankfully, are safe -- although one or two had narrow escapes.

» have + a narrow shave = salvarse de milagro, salvarse por los pelos, volver a nacer, escaparse por los pelos, librarse por los pelos.

Example: Vincent, another of the sailors, also had a narrow shave, he did not fall in but his bag did.

» keep + Nombre + on the straight and narrow (path) = mantener por el buen camino, seguir por el buen camino.

Example: The idea was to keep her on the straight and narrow by keeping her away from alcohol.

» keep on + the straight and narrow = seguir el buen camino, seguir el camino de la verdad.

Example: But my Dad's my Dad, whatever he's done in the past, and he swears blind that he'll be keeping on the straight and narrow from now on.

» make + Nombre + narrower = estrechar, hacer más estrecho.

Example: You can increase the resistance of a copper wire by hammering the wire to make it narrower and longer.

» narrow-band = banda estrecha.

Example: The terms 'narrow-band' and 'wide-band' are ill-defined but they are usually taken to describe bandwidths below and above the telephone circuit bandwidth of 3500 Hz.

» narrower subject = materia más específica.

Example: We now make a series of see also references, one step at a time from broader to narrower subjects culminating in specific subject headings.

» narrower term = término más específico. [Término subordinado de una relación jerárquica]

Example: Narrower terms are signalled by the abbreviation 'NT'.

» narrower term generic (NTG) = término específico genérico (NTG). [Término específico de otro con el que mantiene una relación genérica]

Example: The Unesco guidelines allow a distinction to be made between the NTG (narrower term generic) and NTP (narrower term partitive) relationships.

» narrower term partitive (NTP) = término específico partitivo (NTP). [Término específico de otro con el que mantiene una relación de parte/todo]

Example: The Unesco guidelines allow a distinction to be made between the NTG (narrower term generic) and NTP (narrower term partitive) relationships.

» narrow-minded = de miras estrechas, estrecho de miras, intolerante, de mente cerrada, estrecho de mente.

Example: Like all narrow-minded people, he dwelt contentedly in the absolute belief of being right.

» narrow subject area = area temática específica.

Example: Manual systems are more suited to circumstances where the index caters for a specialized and narrow subject area.

» NT (narrow term) = TE (término específico).

Example: Narrower terms are signalled by the abbreviation 'NT'.

» straight and narrow (path), the = buen camino, el; camino de la verdad, el .

Example: Most of the ethical systems that have been devised by humans have some conception of what Christianity thinks of as the straight and narrow.

» straits and narrows = escollos.

Example: But the warring parties must act decisively and imaginatively to navigate the straits and narrows of peace processes.

» stray from + the straight and narrow = apartarse del buen camino, apartarse del camino de la verdad.

Example: Even the best of parents have kids who stray from the straight and narrow.

» walk + the straight and narrow = seguir el buen camino, seguir el camino de la verdad.

Example: After establishing himself as one of the world's best safecrackers, he decides to retire from his life of crime and walk the straight and narrow.

narrow2 = reducir, estrecharse, angostarse. 

Example: Hierarchical relationships must be indicated in order that the users may broaden or narrow the search parameters.

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» narrow + a search = restringir una búsqueda, acotar una búsqueda, delimitar una búsqueda.

Example: If you receive a large number of titles on you initial search, you can narrow your search by using qualifiers.

» narrow down = restringir, delimitar, limitar, acotar, reducir, especificar.

Example: The two countries have kept open the political and military channels and are trying to narrow down differences.

» narrow down + a search = acotar una búsqueda, delimitar una búsqueda.

Example: By specifying the fields to be searched, the user can narrow down the search in a very convenient way.

» narrow into = quedarse en, reducirse a.

Example: As the presidential campaign narrows into a dead heat, the Secret Service learns of a catastrophic plot to assassinate one of the candidates.

» narrow + the gap between ... and = acortar las distancias entre... y..., reducir las diferencias entre... y....

Example: Their goal is to relate abstract management principles and theories to actual management practice, and to help narrow the gap between the classroom and the real world.

» narrow + the vision of = reducir las posibilidades de.

Example: There are grounds for the fear that coping strategies, necessarily adopted by SLIS in the past, have seriously narrowed the vision of what will be necessary to meet the demands of the future.
Narrow synonyms:
contract in spanish: contrato, pronunciation: kɑntrækt part of speech: noun minute in spanish: minuto, pronunciation: mɪnət part of speech: noun, adjective little in spanish: pequeño, pronunciation: lɪtəl part of speech: adjective, adverb small in spanish: pequeña, pronunciation: smɔl part of speech: adjective petty in spanish: pequeño, pronunciation: peti part of speech: adjective dogmatic in spanish: dogmático, pronunciation: dɑgmætɪk part of speech: adjective thin in spanish: Delgado, pronunciation: θɪn part of speech: adjective strait in spanish: estrecho, pronunciation: streɪt part of speech: noun careful in spanish: cuidadoso, pronunciation: kerfəl part of speech: adjective slender in spanish: esbelto, pronunciation: slendɜr part of speech: adjective limited in spanish: limitado, pronunciation: lɪmətəd part of speech: adjective specify in spanish: especificar, pronunciation: spesəfaɪ part of speech: verb marginal in spanish: marginal, pronunciation: mɑrdʒənəl part of speech: adjective opinionated in spanish: dogmático, pronunciation: əpɪnjəneɪtɪd part of speech: adjective intolerant in spanish: intolerante, pronunciation: ɪntɑlɜrənt part of speech: adjective constrict in spanish: apretar, pronunciation: kənstrɪkt part of speech: verb illiberal in spanish: iliberal, pronunciation: ɪlɪbɜrəl part of speech: adjective specialize in spanish: especializarse, pronunciation: speʃəlaɪz part of speech: verb tapered in spanish: afilado, pronunciation: teɪpɜrd part of speech: adjective narrow-minded in spanish: de mente estrecha, pronunciation: neroʊmaɪndəd part of speech: adjective tapering in spanish: reduciendo, pronunciation: teɪpɜrɪŋ part of speech: noun, adjective pin down in spanish: precisar, pronunciation: pɪndaʊn part of speech: verb narrowing in spanish: estrechamiento, pronunciation: neroʊɪŋ part of speech: noun small-minded in spanish: pequeña mente, pronunciation: smɔlmɪndɪd part of speech: adjective nail down in spanish: concretar, pronunciation: neɪldaʊn part of speech: verb constringe in spanish: construir, pronunciation: kənstrɪndʒ part of speech: verb constricting in spanish: constricción, pronunciation: kənstrɪktɪŋ part of speech: adjective constrictive in spanish: constrictivo, pronunciation: kənstrɪktɪv part of speech: adjective close-minded in spanish: mente cerrada, pronunciation: kloʊsmaɪndɪd part of speech: adjective narrow down in spanish: acortar, pronunciation: neroʊdaʊn part of speech: verb narrowed in spanish: estrechado, pronunciation: neroʊd part of speech: adjective dogmatical in spanish: dogmático, pronunciation: dəgmætɪkəl part of speech: adjective closed-minded in spanish: de mente cerrada, pronunciation: kloʊzdmaɪndɪd part of speech: adjective opinionative in spanish: de opinión, pronunciation: əpɪnjənətɪv part of speech: adjective self-opinionated in spanish: autogestionado, pronunciation: selfuəpɪnjəneɪtɪd part of speech: adjective peg down in spanish: sujetar con estacas, pronunciation: pegdaʊn part of speech: verb
Narrow antonyms:
broad pronunciation: brɔd part of speech: adjective wide pronunciation: waɪd part of speech: adjective diversify pronunciation: daɪvɜrsəfaɪ part of speech: verb broaden pronunciation: brɔdən part of speech: verb widen pronunciation: waɪdən part of speech: verb broad-minded pronunciation: brɔdmɪndɪd part of speech: adjective branch out pronunciation: bræntʃaʊt part of speech: verb
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