EN to constrict
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[constricted|constricted] {verb}

2. medicine

In the McCartney case we have both, set against a political backdrop that has further constricted the truth.
En el caso de McCartney confluyen las dos, además de un retroceso político que ha constreñido aún más la verdad.

Context sentences for "to constrict" in Spanish

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EnglishThere is no need to constrict the Convention.
EnglishWe have to make sure that our legislation does not constrict the growth of technology and does not constrain the growth of competition that is going to come through these new forms of technology.
Debemos asegurarnos de que nuestra legislación no frena el crecimiento de la tecnología ni restringe el crecimiento de la competencia que nos llegará a través de estas nuevas formas de tecnología.