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close2 British & World English

Move so as to cover an opening

with one's eyes shut British & World English

Without having to make much effort; easily

squeeze one's eyes shut British & World English

Close one’s eyes tightly

closed-in British & World English

Oppressively enclosed or lacking in space

closed book British & World English

A subject or person about which one knows nothing

closed-door British & World English

Restricted; obstructive; secret

closed-end British & World English

Having a predetermined and fixed extent

closed shop British & World English

A place of work where all employees must belong to an agreed trade union

closed chain British & World English

A number of atoms bonded together to form a closed loop in a molecule

closed season British & World English

Another term for close season.

closed caption British & World English

One of a series of subtitles to a television programme, accessible through a decoder

closed compound British & World English

A word that is made up of two or more existing words and contains no spaces or hyphens, e.g. football, birthday, blackboard

closed couplet British & World English

A rhyming couplet with end-stopped lines that is logically or grammatically complete, as "Instruct the planets in what orbs to run, / Correct old Time, and regulate the Sun"

closed syllable British & World English

A syllable ending in a consonant

closed universe British & World English

The condition in which there is sufficient matter in the universe to halt the expansion driven by the Big Bang and cause eventual re-collapse

behind closed doors British & World English

Taking place secretly or without public knowledge

closed-circuit television British & World English

A television system in which video signals are transmitted from one or more cameras by cable to a set of monitors, used especially for security purposes

closed book in closed British & World English

A subject or person about which one knows nothing

behind closed doors in closed British & World English

Taking place secretly or without public knowledge

with one's eyes shut in eye British & World English

Without having to make much effort; easily

enclose British & World English

Surround or close off on all sides

close around/over in close2 British & World English

Come into contact with (something) so as to encircle and hold it

close ranks in rank1 British & World English

(Of soldiers or police officers) come closer together in a line

close ranks British & World English

(Of soldiers or police officers) come closer together in a line

close season British & World English

A period in the year when fishing or the killing of particular game is officially forbidden

closed season in close season British & World English

A period in the year when fishing or the killing of particular game is officially forbidden

close in in close2 British & World English

Come nearer to someone being pursued

close in British & World English

Come nearer to someone being pursued

ticket British & World English

(In information technology) a request logged on a work tracking system detailing an issue that needs to be addressed or task that must be performed

close one's eyes to in eye British & World English

Refuse to acknowledge (something unpleasant)

close one's eyes to British & World English

Refuse to acknowledge (something unpleasant)

enclose something in/within in enclose British & World English

Place an object inside (a container)

close one's mind to in mind British & World English

Refuse to consider or acknowledge

close one's mind to British & World English

Refuse to consider or acknowledge

close the books in book British & World English

Make no further entries at the end of an accounting period; cease trading

close the books British & World English

Make no further entries at the end of an accounting period; cease trading

close the door on in door British & World English

Exclude the opportunity for

close the door on British & World English

Exclude the opportunity for

go for the kill in kill1 British & World English

Take ruthless or decisive action to turn a situation to one’s advantage

go for the kill British & World English

Take ruthless or decisive action to turn a situation to one’s advantage

closed English-Spanish

cerrado

closed-door English-Spanish

a puerta(s) cerrada(s)

closed-end English-Spanish

de capital fijo

closed shop English-Spanish

empresa que tiene un convenio con un sindicato determinado por el cual todo empleado debe estar afiliado a este

closed season English-Spanish

veda feminine

closed circuit English-Spanish

circuito masculine cerrado


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