узко наречие:
узко (narrowly)
чуть (slightly, hardly, narrowly, lightly, low)
тесно (closely, tight, tightly, narrowly)
точно (exactly, precisely, accurately, just, definitely, narrowly)
пристально (fixedly, narrowly)
подробно (in detail, amply, minutely, circumstantially, particularly, narrowly)

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  • Narrowly — Nar row*ly, adv. [AS. nearulice.] 1. With little breadth; in a narrow manner. [1913 Webster] 2. Without much extent; contractedly. [1913 Webster] 3. With minute scrutiny; closely; as, to look or watch narrowly; to search narrowly. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • narrowly — (adv.) O.E. nearolice narrowly, closely, strictly; see NARROW (Cf. narrow) (adj.) + LY (Cf. ly) (2). Meaning only by a little is attested from 1550s …   Etymology dictionary

  • narrowly — [adv] just, closely almost, barely, by a hair*, by a whisker*, by narrow margin, carefully, close, nearly, only just, painstakingly, scarcely, scrutinizingly; concepts 544,799 Ant. carelessly, imprecisely …   New thesaurus

  • narrowly — nar|row|ly [ˈnærəuli US rou ] adv 1.) by only a small amount ▪ He was narrowly defeated in the election. ▪ One bullet struck his car, narrowly missing him. ▪ A man narrowly escaped death when a fire broke out in his home on Sunday morning. 2.) in …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • narrowly — nar|row|ly [ nerouli ] adverb * 1. ) by a very small amount: Three teenagers narrowly escaped death in the accident. narrowly beat/defeat someone: The Trojans narrowly beat the Bruins 21 20. 2. ) in a limited way that does not include many… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • narrowly */ — UK [ˈnærəʊlɪ] / US [ˈneroʊlɪ] adverb 1) by a very small amount Three teenagers narrowly escaped death in the crash. narrowly beat/defeat someone: France narrowly beat Germany 2–1 in last night s thrilling final. 2) in a limited way that does not… …   English dictionary

  • narrowly — adverb 1 only by a small amount: We narrowly missed hitting the other car. | The amendment was narrowly defeated. 2 looking at or considering only a small part of something: The law is being interpreted too narrowly. 3 formal in a thorough way,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • narrowly — adverb a) In a narrow manner; without flexibility or latitude. They regarded the new idea rather narrowly. b) By a narrow margin; closely. There is now such an immense microliterature on hepatics that, beyond a certain point I have given up… …   Wiktionary

  • narrowly — [[t]næ̱roʊli[/t]] ADV: ADV after v If you look at someone narrowly, you look at them in a concentrated way, often because you think they are not giving you full information about something. → See also narrow He grimaced and looked narrowly at his …   English dictionary

  • narrowly — adverb 1) one bullet narrowly missed him Syn: only just, just, barely, scarcely, hardly, by a hair s breadth; informal by a whisker 2) she looked at me narrowly Syn: closely, carefully, searchingly, attentively …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • narrowly —   Having a length:breadth ratio between 3:1 and 6:1; if the ratio is more than 6:1 then the shape is described as very narrowly, except in the case of very narrowly oblong which is termed linear …   Expanded glossary of Cycad terms

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