Narrow meaning in hindi | Narrow ka matlab 

Narrow meaning in hindi

How to pronounce Narrow 
Usage of Narrow: 1: it was a narrow defeat 2: They inched their way across the narrow footbridge. 3: She felt something crawling on her neck.
It was a bottle with a narrow neck.
4: He was able to pilot the plane through the narrow valley. 5: I cannot narrow down the rules for this game 6: a narrow victory 7: A narrow path led up to the door of the cottage . 8: As the air passes through this narrow passage 9: The old part of Kabul is filled with bazaars nestled along its narrow 10: The narrow fringing reef surrounding the island can be a maritime hazard.
Narrow ki paribhasha : jo motaayi ya ghere men itana kam ho ki chhoone se haath men kuchh maaloom na ho jisaki naap tol ki gai ho ya maalum ho jisaki daara ya patni bhali aur anagaman karanevaali ho saahity men ek prakaar ka gady jisamen kuchh vrattigndhi aur kuchh avrattigndhi ka mel hota hai jo badai ya vistaar men kam ho

Narrow synonyms
precise limited slim definite precarious slender tight cramped thin exclusive set scanty strait confining close select spare shrunken tapering near fixed exiguous meager paltry determinate attenuated circumscribed constricted pent contracted pinched compressed tapered threadlike incapacious linear biased narrow-minded reactionary conservative prejudiced partial bigoted conventional dogmatic illiberal inexorable inflexible obdurate parochial hidebound mercenary mean avaricious ungenerous scrimpy diminish tighten
Narrow antonyms
inexact indefinite unlimited far unconfined unrestricted broad-minded tolerant imprecise loose strong fat free open giving unfixed away poor thick generous liberal wide accepting spendthrift wasting impartial unbiased progressive unprejudiced fair radical unselfish release increase broaden complicate intensify let go expand 
Usage of Narrow in sentences

The word is used as adjective verb in english grammar. The word can be used as, noun, verb, adjective or transitive verb in hindi and have more than one meaning. . 
Word of the day 27th-Jan-2022

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