- An end of something.
- We owe them our thanks for bringing the project to a successful .
verb (clos, ing)
- French: fin(fr)f
- Italian: fine(it)f
- To obstruct (an opening).
- To move (a door) so that it closes its opening.
- Close the door behind you when you leave.
- To put an end to.
- the session
- To make (a gap) smaller.
- The runner in second place is closing the gap on the leader.
- (surveying) To have a vector sum of 0; that is, to form a closed polygon.
adjective (clos, er)
- Dutch: nl(nl, sluiten}}, t-)beí«indigen
- French: clore, mettre fin í , terminer
- German: schlieíčen(de)
- Italian: it(it, concludere}}, t+)terminare
- Spanish: cerrar(es)
- At a little distance; near.
- Is your house ?
- Intimate; well-loved.
- He is a friend.
- Of a corporation or other business entity, closely held.
- (context, Ireland, weather) hot, humid.
- Dutch: nabije
- French: m(fr, proche)f
- German: nah(de)
- Italian: vicina(it, vicino, m}}, t-, it)f
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