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estrecho inglés:

1. narrow narrow


What narrow stairs!
My what a narrow waist! Her face is small, she really looks just like a doll!
You are in a narrow rocky shaft. There is some light shining from far above. Below you is the cave you started in. What do you do now?
We sped into the narrow track, hardly dropping any speed. "It's a short cut!" "Oi! It's a footpath!!"
It is with narrow-souled people as with narrow necked bottles: the less they have in them, the more noise they make in pouring it out.
Why do physicists converge? Because they're monotonous and narrow.
Hutongs are a type of narrow street, most commonly associated with Beijing, China.
He who walks the straight and narrow path must resist temptations of all sorts.
Microfibre cloth is cloth woven from fibres as narrow as a hundredth of the width of a hair.
The tropical rainforests, located in a narrow region near the equator, are disappearing so fast that by the year 2000 eighty percent of them may be gone.
Businesses perceive as competitors a narrow range of the business world; there are many cases where they don't understand their real rivals.
We will be able to narrow this gap and, reduce some of the social problems. that come from this economic inequality.
What we cannot agree to, however, is a narrow understanding of this whole problem.!
I narrowed my eyes when I heard his words.
There's such a narrow margin between giving an acceptable tip and a generous one.

Inglés palabraestrecho"(narrow) ocurre en conjuntos:

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Adjetivos en inglés
adj. calif. II