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From the English verb close:
closing is:
   Gerund

closing  Noun
  1. Translate "closing" to Spanish: cierre, cierro
    English Synonyms of "closing": shutting
    Define meaning of "closing": The act of closing something.

  2. Translate "closing" to Spanish: cierre, cerramiento
    English Synonyms of "closing": closedown, closing down, closure, shutdown, shutting, layoff
    Define meaning of "closing": A concluding action. ; Termination of operations. ; The act of closing something. ; The last section of a communication.
  3. They regretted the closure of the day care center.
    In conclusion I want to say...

  4. Translate "closing" to Spanish: finalización, clausura
    English Synonyms of "closing": ending, closure, completion, finishing, termination, finalization, finalisation
    Define meaning of "closing": The act of ending something. ; The last section of a communication. ; Event whose occurrence ends something. ; The point in time at which something ends.


  5. Translate "closing" to Spanish: finiquito
    English Synonyms of "closing": liquidation, acquittance, act of closing, quietus, quitclaim, quittance
    Define meaning of "closing": Termination of a business operation by using its assets to discharge its liabilities.

  6. Translate "closing" to Spanish: rúbrica
    English Synonyms of "closing": closing remark, closing statement, conclusion, final note, termination

  7. Translate "closing" to Spanish: oclusión
    English Synonyms of "closing": occlusion, synclesis, synizesis
    Define meaning of "closing": Closure or blockage (as of a blood vessel).


closing  Adjective
  1. Translate "closing" to Spanish: de cierre, conclusivo
    English Synonyms of "closing": concluding, final, conclusive, conclusory, terminative
    Define meaning of "closing": Final or ending.
  2. The closing stages of the election.
    The closing weeks of the year.
    The closing scene of the film.
    Closing remarks.

  3. Translate "closing" to Spanish: obturador, cerrador
    English Synonyms of "closing": shutting, locking, obturating

Conceptually-related expressions of "closing"
close  Verb
Plural: closes
  1. Translate "close" to Spanish: cerrar, sellar, chapar
    English Synonyms of "close": lock, shut, seal, shut down
    Define meaning of "close": Unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of. ; Move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut. ; Bar access to. ; Cease to operate or cause to cease operating.
  2. Ann closed the door, Ana cerró la puerta.
    Close the circuit.
    Close a wound.
    Close the door.
    Shut the window.
    Due to the accident, the road had to be closed for several hours.
    The owners decided to move and to close the factory.
    My business closes every night at 8 P.M.

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  3. Translate "close" to Spanish: cerrar, cuadrar
    English Synonyms of "close": check out correctly, match correctly, tally, balance out, quadrate

  4. Translate "close" to Spanish: cerrar, cerrarse
    English Synonyms of "close": shut, close down, get closed, lock up, shut itself, push to
    Define meaning of "close": Become closed. ; Cease to operate or cause to cease operating.
  5. The door pushed to, La puerta se cerró=The door closed.
    The windows closed with a loud bang.
    The owners decided to move and to close the factory.
    My business closes every night at 8 P.M.


  6. Translate "close" to Spanish: concluir, clausurar, sellar
    English Synonyms of "close": conclude, end, finish, finish up, terminate, bring to a conclusion, bring to a termination, bring to conclusion, end off
    Define meaning of "close": Complete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement. ; Finish or terminate (meetings, speeches, etc.). ; Cease to operate or cause to cease operating. ; Come to a close.
  7. Sue closes the session, Sue sella la sesión.
    We closed on the house on Friday.
    They closed the deal on the building.
    The meeting was closed with a charge by the chairman of the board.
    The owners decided to move and to close the factory.
    My business closes every night at 8 P.M.
    The concert closed with a nocturne by Chopin.

  8. Translate "close" to Spanish: cerrar la plana
    English Synonyms of "close": finish, conclude
    Define meaning of "close": Finish or terminate (meetings, speeches, etc.). ; Come to a close.
  9. The meeting was closed with a charge by the chairman of the board.
    The concert closed with a nocturne by Chopin.

  10. Translate "close" to Spanish: cerrar


  11. Translate "close" to Spanish: cerrarse, cubrirse con tejido nuevo
    English Synonyms of "close": become covered with new tissue

close  Noun
  1. Translate "close" to Spanish: final, fin
    English Synonyms of "close": end, ending, outcome, bottom, finale, finish, termination, surcease
    Define meaning of "close": The concluding part of any performance. ; The last section of a communication. ; The temporal end; the concluding time.
  2. In conclusion I want to say...
    The stopping point of each round was signaled by a bell.
    The market was up at the finish.
    They were playing better at the close of the season.

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  3. Translate "close" to Spanish: recinto, encierro marcado y definido por límites
    English Synonyms of "close": enclosure marked off by definite limits, room, compound, enclosed area, precinct, stance
    Define meaning of "close": Enclosure marked off by definite limits.


  4. Translate "close" to Spanish: calle cerrada, calle sin salida, callejón sin salida, calle de circulación prohibida, calle donde no hay paso, calle residencial sin salida, carretera sin salida, cul-de-sac
    English Synonyms of "close": cul-de-sac, no thoroughfare, blind alley, dead-end street, no outlet, dead end, no through, no through road
    Define meaning of "close": A street with only one way in or out. ; A passage with access only at one end.

close  Adjective
  1. Translate "close" to Spanish: cercano, junto, propincuo
    English Synonyms of "close": immediate, near, nearby, at hand, hither, near-at-hand, nigh
    Define meaning of "close": Not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances. ; At or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other.
  2. Near neighbors.
    In the near future.
    They are near equals.
    His nearest approach to success.
    A very near thing.
    A near hit by the bomb.
    She was near tears.
    She was close to tears.
    Close to noon.
    How close are we to town?
    A close formation of ships.

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  3. Translate "close" to Spanish: allegado, cercano, de confianza, entrañable, estrecho, familiar, íntimo
    English Synonyms of "close": intimate, familiar, dear, chummy, cosy, cozy, inmost, innermost, near, contubernial, of kin
    Define meaning of "close": Close in relevance or relationship.
  4. A close family.
    We are all...in close sympathy with...
    Close kin.
    A close resemblance.


  5. Translate "close" to Spanish: estrecho, tallado
    English Synonyms of "close": tight, close-fitting, narrow, constrained, cramped, tightfitting, constricted, poky
    Define meaning of "close": Fitting closely but comfortably.; Strictly confined or guarded. ; Of textiles.
  6. A close fit.
    Kept under close custody.
    A close weave.
    Smooth percale with a very tight weave.

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  7. Translate "close" to Spanish: extraordinario
    English Synonyms of "close": amazing, extraordinary, outstanding, special, striking, surprising, astonishing, mind-blowing
    Define meaning of "close": Inspiring awe or admiration or wonder. ; Surprising greatly.

close  Adverb
  1. Translate "close" to Spanish: cerca, junto
    English Synonyms of "close": near, nearby, not far behind, a little way away, a little way off, a short way off, along, by, close by
    Define meaning of "close": Near in time or place or relationship.
  2. As the wedding day drew near.
    Stood near the door.
    Don't shoot until they come near.
    Getting near to the true explanation.
    Her mother is always near.
    The end draws nigh.
    The bullet didn't come close.

Verb Conjugation for "close"
Gerund: closing

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will close

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Conceptually-related expressions of "close"
a little close
assumptive close
at a close distance
at close distance
at close hand
at close quarters
at close range
at or very close to
at the close
bar or disco that opens in the morning when all others close
be a close shave
be at close distance
be at close range
be brought to a spectacular close
be close
be close by
be close friends
be close to
be close with
be in close terms with
be kept close by
be much too close
be on close terms
be quite close to
be too close
be very close
be very close to
be way too close
become close with
breach of close
bring close
bring to a close
bring to a spectacular close
buy at the close
buy on close
come close
come close to
come to a close
come up close
come up close to
complimentary close
couple-close
dance close together
draw close
draw close to
draw to a close
draw to one's close
fall close to
fighting at close range
fire at close range
form a close association
from a close distance
get close
get close to
get close together
give a close haircut
Glenn Close
go close
go close to
group of two people in close association
half-close
have a close call
have a close shave
hold close
hold close to
in a close tie
in close detail
in close intimacy
in close proximity
in close quarters
in close succession
in media close to
in or close to
in or very close to
increased heart rate when looking at an object up close
it was a close call
it was a close shave
Jewish five-verse prayer recited after the decease of a close relative
keep close relations with
keep under close control
keeping a close watch
lay close to
lie close
lie close to
look with close attention
make by a close shave
market-on-the-close order
not even close
numerous armies in close formation
particularly close friend
pay close attention
pivoted middle piece of the close helmet
place close by
press to close
produced with the lips touching or close together
push to close
put close to
rhetorical device in which similar-sounding final syllables are used in close proximity
rhetorical devices in which similar-sounding final syllables are used in close proximity
run close
sail close-hauled
sell at the close
shot at close range
singled out for close attention
sit close
sit close to
slam-close
smear with an adhesive to close up gaps
snap close
snuggle close to
so close
so close to
stick close
time spent in close proximity
treat in close terms
trial close
uncomfortably close together
undergo a close examination
very close
very close closeup
very close friend
very close haircut
very close to
weighted close formula
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