[nar-uh-tuh-vahyz] /ˈnær ə təˌvaɪz/
verb (used with or without object), narrativized, narrativizing.
to communicate (events or experiences) in narrative form, in order to better understand them:
documentaries that attempt to narrativize the Holocaust.
to make into a narrated account or story; to make into the form of a narrative
Some listeners attempt to narrativize music in order to make sense of it.
narrativ(e) + -ize
[nar-ey-ter, na-rey‐, nar-uh‐] /ˈnær eɪ tər, næ reɪ‐, ˈnær ə‐/ noun 1. a person who gives an account or tells the story of events, experiences, etc. 2. a person who adds spoken commentary to a film, television program, slide show, etc. /nəˈreɪtə/ noun 1. a person who tells a story or gives an account of […]
[nar-oh] /ˈnær oʊ/ adjective, narrower, narrowest. 1. of little breadth or width; not broad or wide; not as wide as usual or expected: a narrow path. 2. limited in extent or space; affording little room: narrow quarters. 3. limited in range or scope: a narrow sampling of public opinion. 4. lacking breadth of view or […]
- Narrow-angle glaucoma
[nar-oh ang-guh l] /ˈnær oʊ ˌæŋ gəl/ noun 1. Ophthalmology. angle-closure glaucoma. See under . narrow-angle glaucoma nar·row-an·gle glaucoma (nār’ō-āng’gəl) n. See angle-closure glaucoma.
[nar-oh-bak] /ˈnær oʊˌbæk/ noun, Slang. 1. a person of slight build who is unfit for hard labor. 2. Disparaging. a contemptuous term used to refer to an Irish-American.