Definition of close season in English:

close season

Syllabification: close sea·son
Pronunciation: /ˈklōz ˌsēzən
 
/

noun

British term for closed season.
More example sentences
  • United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has hinted that he is already thinking about significantly strengthening his squad in the close season.
  • Yes, because they've been soliciting loads of players during the close season.
  • Last season was terrible for us, and the close season even worse, with a key player leaving the club.

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