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Adjective
shut, out of service
“Her bedroom door was closed.”
Adjective
Not open to question or debate
“I now consider the matter closed.”
Adjective
Only admitting a selected group of people
“No-one was admitted to this closed circle of elite students.”
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Verb
Simple past tense for to cover an opening
“Don't forget to close the door on your way out.”
Verb
(of a hole or opening) Simple past tense for to block up
“There's a hole in the dam wall which we need to close.”
Verb
(of a pipe) Simple past tense for to turn off
“Remember to close the taps to prevent water wastage.”
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Simple past tense for to bring or come to an end
“The competition will close at the end of the week and the winners will be announced thereafter.”
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(of a business or operation) Simple past tense for to stop the operations of, typically due to financial difficulty
“The shop would be forced to close due to a lack of business.”
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(close around or over) Simple past tense for to come into contact with (something) so as to encircle and hold it
“Samwell Tarly's hand would nervously close around the hilt of his family's prized sword, Heartsbane.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to gradually get nearer to someone or something
“We reached the motorway and would finally begin to close fast on our destination.”
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Simple past tense for to make smaller or narrower
“We are hoping to close the gap between our best and least productive staff.”
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Simple past tense for to finalize or settle a formal agreement
“We will close the deal once both parties are happy with the terms of the agreement.”
Verb
Past participle for to cover an opening
“Don't forget to close the door on your way out.”
Verb
Past participle for to bring or come to an end
“The competition will close at the end of the week and the winners will be announced thereafter.”
Verb
(of a business or operation) Past participle for to stop the operations of, typically due to financial difficulty
“The shop would be forced to close due to a lack of business.”
Verb
(close around or over) Past participle for to come into contact with (something) so as to encircle and hold it
“Samwell Tarly's hand would nervously close around the hilt of his family's prized sword, Heartsbane.”
Verb
Past participle for to gradually get nearer to someone or something
“We reached the motorway and would finally begin to close fast on our destination.”
Verb
Past participle for to make smaller or narrower
“We are hoping to close the gap between our best and least productive staff.”
Verb
Past participle for to finalize or settle a formal agreement
“We will close the deal once both parties are happy with the terms of the agreement.”
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