Limit a question so that it is possible to answer it. For example, a question like "Who were the most popular stars?" is impossible to answer. The scope of the question--the field, the breadth of the topic--is too large.
You could narrow it by adding specifics and qualifiers; for example, "Who were the most popular Hollywood movie stars in the 1940s?" or "Who were the most popular stars of prime time television in the U.S. in 2007?"
The scope of the question is far too broad. Narrow it down a little.
Accurately answerd good questions narrow down the possibilities for determining faults.
adjective adjective: narrow; comparative adjective: narrower; superlative adjective: narrowestof small width. "he made his way down the narrow road"limited in extent, amount, or scope; restricted."his ability to get good results within narrow constraints of money and manpower"
This question is MUCH TOO BROAD to be answered. Narrow down the scope of the question and re-submit.
A boroscope is an instrument for looking down a narrow tube or bore such as down a gun barrel. The word comes from a combination of 'bore' and 'scope' because of this primary initial use.
There is a game of Twenty Questions. One person decides on a secret thing or person to think of. The other has 20 chances to ask yes;no questions to narrow down and guess the answer.
This is an idiom meaning to narrow your focus down. It can also mean to narrow your aim and focus on one thing to hit. Picture the zero as a target and you get the idea of the idiom.
You would do best to narrow down your request to a particular desert. World wide there are thousands of species of plants that grow in the desert, much beyond the scope of this site.
There are more than three. You have to narrow the scope of the question if you are thinking of a specific break-down of the topic. According to a specific author/thinker? According to a specific culture or religion?
your mind or of info to logical narrow down your data to what you want
aim down the scope and have some on already in sight
Too broad a question to be addressed here. You must narrow down the scope of your question as WHAT rights you are referring to, and WHAT state(s) you are interersted in.