constrict

make tight or smaller 
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constrict

[v] - become tight or as if tight
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Constrict

Make narrower.
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Constrict

Con·strict' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Constricted ; present participle & verbal noun Constricting .] [ Latin constrictus , past participle of constringere . See Constrain .] To draw together; to ...
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constrict

constringe verb become tight or as if tight; `Her throat constricted`
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Constrict

• (v. t.) To draw together; to render narrower or smaller; to bind; to cramp; to contract or cause to shrink.
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constrict

constrict 1. To compress, to make narrower. 2. To cause to contract. 3. To make smaller or more narrow; especially, by binding or squeezing. 4. To squeeze or to compress. 5. To restrict the scope or freedom of; to cramp: 'Many lives are constricted by poverty and illness.'
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Constrict

While this word generally means to make something narrower, in economics it is commonly used for making something, especially the money supply, smaller (or perhaps to allow it to grow more slowly).
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Constrict

To squeeze.
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