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May 18, 2019 ... Constrict definition is - to make narrow or draw together. ... See the full definition for constrict in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Constrict definition, to draw or press in; cause to contract or shrink; compress. See more.

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Constricting definition, to draw or press in; cause to contract or shrink; compress. See more.

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constrict. To constrict is to squeeze uncomfortably. If your new turtleneck sweater constricts your neck, the sweater is probably too small. When things constrict ...

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Define constrict (verb) and get synonyms. What is constrict (verb)? constrict (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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constrict meaning: 1. to become tighter and narrower, or to make something become tighter and narrower: 2. to limit an action or behaviour: 3. to make or ...

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constriction meaning: 1. the process of becoming tighter and narrower, or something that makes you feel that this is happening: 2. a limit, or the process of ...

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constrict definition: To constrict is to become narrower at one place, or to make something narrower or more restrictive. (verb) When your throat begins to close ...

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Define constrict. constrict synonyms, constrict pronunciation, constrict translation, English dictionary definition of constrict. v. con·strict·ed , con·strict·ing ...