Translations: Etymology: From closure, from clausura.
- an event or occurence that signifies an ending
- a feeling of completeness; the experience of an emotional conclusion, usually to a difficult period
- (computing): an abstraction that represents a function within an environment, a context consisting of the variables that are both bound variable, bound at a particular time during the execution of the program and that are within the function's scope
- (mathematics): the smallest object that both includes the object as a subset and possesses some given property
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