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Closed-to

ˌkləʊzd ˈkæp.ʃən

Meanings of Closed-to:

noun

Text that you can choose to have appear on a screen telling you what is being said on the screen

Usage examples:

I watch tv with the closed captions on., closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of l…

Meanings of Closedown:

noun

A cessation of work or business, especially on a permanent basis.

Usage examples:

The effect of a combined strike would mean a total close-down.
phrasal verb

To end the operation of something, or (esp. a place of business) to stop operating

Usage examples:

He said he would close down before he would force all hands to join the union.

Closely

ˈkləʊs.li

Meanings of Closely:

adverb

With little or no space or time in between.

Usage examples:

Closely spaced homes

Closemouthed

kləʊsˈmaʊðd

Meanings of Closemouthed:

adjective

Reticent; discreet.

Usage examples:

The candidates have been close-mouthed about their fund-raising goals

Meanings of Closeness:

noun

The quality of being only a short distance away or apart in space or time.

Usage examples:

The geographical closeness of our two countries

Closenesses

ˈkləʊsnəs

Meanings of Closenesses:

noun

The quality of being only a short distance away or apart in space or time.

Usage examples:

The geographical closeness of our two countries

Closeout

ˈkləʊz.aʊt

Meanings of Closeout:

noun

A sale of goods at reduced prices to get rid of superfluous stock.

Usage examples:

A closeout sale

Meanings of Closeouts:

noun

A sale of goods at reduced prices to get rid of superfluous stock.

Usage examples:

A closeout sale

Closer

kləʊz

Meanings of Closer:

noun

The last part of a performance, collection, or series.

Usage examples:

The perfect closer to the album
adverb

Only a short distance away or apart in space or time.

Usage examples:

The hotel is close to the sea
adjective

Near in position, time, or condition

Usage examples:

The store was close by, so they decided to walk., it’s close to 7 o’clock – we’d better leave now.,…
verb

If a shop, restaurant, or public place closes or someone closes it, it stops being open for business at the end of the day, week, etc.

Usage examples:

The store closes at 5.30., close (sth) to sb the banks had closed to customers so i couldn't pay th…

Closers

ˈkləʊzə

Meanings of Closers:

noun

The last part of a performance, collection, or series.

Usage examples:

The perfect closer to the album

Closes

kləʊz

Meanings of Closes:

noun

A residential street without through access.

Usage examples:

She lives at 12 goodwood close
verb

Move so as to cover an opening.

Usage examples:

She jumped on to the train just as the doors were closing
adjective

Only a short distance away or apart in space or time.

Usage examples:

The hotel is close to the sea
adverb

Very near to someone or something; with very little space between.

Usage examples:

They stood close to the door

Closest

kləʊz

Meanings of Closest:

adjective

Only a short distance away or apart in space or time.

Usage examples:

The hotel is close to the sea
adverb

Very near to someone or something; with very little space between.

Usage examples:

They stood close to the door
noun

A residential street without through access.

Usage examples:

She lives at 12 goodwood close
verb

Move so as to cover an opening.

Usage examples:

She jumped on to the train just as the doors were closing

Closet

ˈklɒzɪt

Meanings of Closet:

noun

A tall cupboard or wardrobe with a door, used for storage.

Usage examples:

He has a closet full of designer suits
adjective

Secret; covert.

Usage examples:

A closet smoker
verb

Shut (someone) away, especially in private conference or study.

Usage examples:

He was closeted with the king

Meanings of Closeted:

adjective

Keeping something secret, especially the fact of being gay.

Usage examples:

She remained closeted because of her homophobic community
verb

Shut (someone) away, especially in private conference or study.

Usage examples:

He was closeted with the king

Meanings of Closeting:

verb

Shut (someone) away, especially in private conference or study.

Usage examples:

He was closeted with the king
noun

A tall cupboard or wardrobe with a door, used for storage.

Usage examples:

He has a closet full of designer suits
adjective

Secret; covert.

Usage examples:

A closet smoker

Meanings of Closets:

noun

A tall cupboard or wardrobe with a door, used for storage.

Usage examples:

He has a closet full of designer suits
verb

Shut (someone) away, especially in private conference or study.

Usage examples:

He was closeted with the king
adjective

Secret; covert.

Usage examples:

A closet smoker

Meanings of Closeup:

noun

A photograph or film image taken at close range and showing the subject on a large scale.

Usage examples:

A close-up of her face

Closeups

ˈkləʊsʌp

Meanings of Closeups:

noun

A photograph or film image taken at close range and showing the subject on a large scale.

Usage examples:

A close-up of her face

Closing

ˈkləʊ.zɪŋ

Meanings of Closing:

adjective

Bringing something to an end; final.

Usage examples:

The closing stages of the election campaign
verb

Move so as to cover an opening.

Usage examples:

She jumped on to the train just as the doors were closing
noun

The act of permanently stopping a factory, business, organization, etc. from operating

Usage examples:

Congress passed a law to protect workers and their families from the harmful effects of sudden plan…

Meanings of Closing-down:

noun

A sale in which items are sold cheaply before a shop goes out of business

Usage examples:

His video and dvd store is having a closing-down sale.

Closings

ˈkləʊ.zɪŋ

Meanings of Closings:

noun

The act of permanently stopping a factory, business, organization, etc. from operating

Usage examples:

Congress passed a law to protect workers and their families from the harmful effects of sudden plan…

Clostridia

klɒˈstrɪdɪəm

Meanings of Clostridia:

noun

An anaerobic bacterium of a large genus that includes many pathogenic species, e.g. those causing tetanus, gas gangrene, botulism, and other forms of food poisoning.

Usage examples:

Bacteria of the genus clostridium kill more wild birds each year than any other germ, animal health…

Meanings of Clostridium:

noun

An anaerobic bacterium of a large genus that includes many pathogenic species, e.g. those causing tetanus, gas gangrene, botulism, and other forms of food poisoning.

Usage examples:

Bacteria of the genus clostridium kill more wild birds each year than any other germ, animal health…

Closure

ˈkləʊ.ʒər

Meanings of Closure:

noun

An act or process of closing something, especially an institution, thoroughfare, or frontier, or of being closed.

Usage examples:

Hospitals that face closure
verb

Apply the closure to (a debate or speaker) in a legislative assembly.

Closured

ˈkləʊʒə

Meanings of Closured:

verb

Apply the closure to (a debate or speaker) in a legislative assembly.

noun

An act or process of closing something, especially an institution, thoroughfare, or frontier, or of being closed.

Usage examples:

Hospitals that face closure

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