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adjective (a)

  • at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other (adj.all)
    Antonym: distant
    Example:
    Close to noon.
    How close are we to town?.
    A close formation of ships.
    source: wordnet30
  • close in relevance or relationship (adj.all)
    Antonym: distant, remote
    Example:
    A close family.
    We are all...in close sympathy with....
    Close kin.
    A close resemblance.
    source: wordnet30
  • not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances (adj.all)
    Synonym: near, nigh
    Antonym: far
    Example:
    She was close to tears.
    Had a close call.
    source: wordnet30
  • Shut fast; closed; tight; as, a close box. (adjective)
    source: webster1913

noun (n)

  • the temporal end; the concluding time (noun.time)
    Example:
    They were playing better at the close of the season.
    source: wordnet30
  • the last section of a communication (noun.communication)
    source: wordnet30
  • the concluding part of any performance (noun.act)
    source: wordnet30
  • The manner of shutting; the union of parts; junction. (noun)
    source: webster1913
  • An inclosed place; especially, a small field or piece of land surrounded by a wall, hedge, or fence of any kind; -- specifically, the precinct of a cathedral or abbey. (noun)
    source: webster1913

adverb (r)

  • near in time or place or relationship (adv.all)
    Example:
    The bullet didn't come close.
    Don't get too close to the fire.
    source: wordnet30
  • in an attentive manner (adv.all)
    Synonym: closely, tight
    Example:
    He remained close on his guard.
    source: wordnet30
  • In a close manner. (adverb)
    source: webster1913

adjective satellite (s)

  • rigorously attentive; strict and thorough (adj.all)
    Example:
    Close supervision.
    Paid close attention.
    A close study.
    Kept a close watch on expenditures.
    source: wordnet30
  • marked by fidelity to an original (adj.all)
    Synonym: faithful
    Example:
    A close translation.
    source: wordnet30
  • (of a contest or contestants) evenly matched (adj.all)
    Synonym: tight
    Example:
    A close contest.
    A close election.
    source: wordnet30
  • crowded (adj.all)
    Synonym: confining
    Example:
    Close quarters.
    source: wordnet30
  • lacking fresh air (adj.all)
    Synonym: airless, stuffy, unaired
    Example:
    The dreadfully close atmosphere.
    source: wordnet30
  • of textiles (adj.all)
    Example:
    A close weave.
    source: wordnet30
  • strictly confined or guarded (adj.all)
    Example:
    Kept under close custody.
    source: wordnet30
  • confined to specific persons (adj.all)
    Example:
    A close secret.
    source: wordnet30
  • fitting closely but comfortably (adj.all)
    Synonym: close-fitting, snug
    Example:
    A close fit.
    source: wordnet30
  • used of hair or haircuts (adj.all)
    Example:
    A close military haircut.
    source: wordnet30
  • giving or spending with reluctance (adj.all)
    Example:
    Very close (or near) with his money.
    source: wordnet30
  • inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information (adj.all)
    Example:
    Although they knew her whereabouts her friends kept close about it.
    source: wordnet30

verb (v)

  • move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut (verb.contact)
    Synonym: shut
    Antonym: open, open up
    Example:
    Close the door.
    source: wordnet30
  • become closed (verb.contact)
    Example:
    The windows closed with a loud bang.
    source: wordnet30
  • cease to operate or cause to cease operating (verb.social)
    Example:
    The owners decided to move and to close the factory.
    My business closes every night at 8 P.M..
    Close up the shop.
    source: wordnet30
  • finish or terminate (meetings, speeches, etc.) (verb.social)
    Example:
    The meeting was closed with a charge by the chairman of the board.
    source: wordnet30
  • come to a close (verb.stative)
    Synonym: conclude
    Example:
    The concert closed with a nocturne by Chopin.
    source: wordnet30
  • complete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement (verb.communication)
    Example:
    We closed on the house on Friday.
    They closed the deal on the building.
    source: wordnet30
  • be priced or listed when trading stops (verb.stative)
    Example:
    The stock market closed high this Friday.
    My new stocks closed at $59 last night.
    source: wordnet30
  • engage at close quarters (verb.social)
    Example:
    Close with the enemy.
    source: wordnet30
  • cause a window or an application to disappear on a computer desktop (verb.perception)
    Antonym: open
    source: wordnet30
  • change one's body stance so that the forward shoulder and foot are closer to the intended point of impact (verb.motion)
    source: wordnet30
  • come together, as if in an embrace (verb.motion)
    Synonym: come together
    Example:
    Her arms closed around her long lost relative.
    source: wordnet30
  • draw near (verb.motion)
    Example:
    The probe closed with the space station.
    source: wordnet30
  • bring together all the elements or parts of (verb.contact)
    Example:
    Management closed ranks.
    source: wordnet30
  • bar access to (verb.contact)
    Example:
    Due to the accident, the road had to be closed for several hours.
    source: wordnet30
  • fill or stop up (verb.contact)
    Synonym: fill up
    Example:
    Can you close the cracks with caulking?.
    source: wordnet30
  • unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of (verb.contact)
    Synonym: close up
    Example:
    Close the circuit.
    Close a wound.
    Close a book.
    Close up an umbrella.
    source: wordnet30
  • finish a game in baseball by protecting a lead (verb.change)
    Example:
    The relief pitcher closed with two runs in the second inning.
    source: wordnet30
  • To stop, or fill up, as an opening; to shut; as, to close the eyes; to close a door. (verb)
    source: webster1913
  • To come together; to unite or coalesce, as the parts of a wound, or parts separated. (verb)
    source: webster1913

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