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    • IPA[kləʊs]

    英式

    • adj.
      only a short distance away or apart in space or time;with very little or no space in between; dense
    • adv.
      very near to someone or something; with very little space between
    • n.
      a residential street without through access;the precinct surrounding a cathedral.
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    • 1. very near to someone or something; with very little space between they stood close to the door he was holding her close

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    • 1. British a residential street without through access she lives at 12 Goodwood Close
    • British the precinct surrounding a cathedral.
    • British a playing field at certain traditional English public schools.
    • British an entry from the street to a common stairway or to a court at the back of a building.
    • adj.
      not open: rooms with closed doors lined the hallway he sat with his eyes closed

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    • adj.
      not open: rooms with closed doors lined the hallway he sat with his eyes closed

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the last part of a performance, collection, or series: the perfect closer to the album the last episode was still a great closer

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the last part of a performance, collection, or series: the perfect closer to the album the last episode was still a great closer

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    • n.
      a period in the year when fishing or the killing of particular game is officially forbidden.

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    • n.
      a photograph or film image taken at close range and showing the subject on a large scale: a close-up of her face they see themselves in close-up

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    • IPA[kləʊz]

    英式

    • v.
      move so as to cover an opening: she jumped on to the train just as the doors were closing she closed the door quietly
    • n.
      the end of an event or of a period of time or activity: the afternoon drew to a close the seminar was brought to a close with a discussion of future trends

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    • IPA[klōz]

    美式

    • v.
      move or cause to move so as to cover an opening: she jumped into the train just as the doors were closing they had to close the window because of the insects
    • n.
      the end of an event or of a period of time or activity: the afternoon drew to a close

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[klōs]

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    • adj.
      a short distance away or apart in space or time: the hotel is close to the sea her birthday and her wedding date were close together
    • adv.
      in a position so as to be very near to someone or something; with very little space between: they stood close to the door he was holding her close

    Oxford American Dictionary