1. Close definition is - to move so as to bar passage through something
2. Close 2019 TV-MA 1h 34m Action Thrillers When attackers target the heiress she's protecting, battle-hardened bodyguard Sam scrambles to save her client -- and teach her how to fight back.
3. Verb (used with object), Closed, clos·ing
4. To stop or obstruct (a gap, entrance, aperture, etc.): to Close a hole in a wall with plaster
5. Verb (used without object), Closed…
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8. 175 synonyms of Close from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 255 related words, definitions, and antonyms
9. Close: having little space between items or parts.
10. Find 421 ways to say Close, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
11. Close is the first and only CRM to offer powerful in-app listen, whisper, and barge features at no extra cost to Business users
Close, Crm, Cost
12. When you Close a Microsoft account, whether because you no longer need it or because it's a duplicate account, Microsoft wants to make sure of two things: First, that it's really you, not someone else trying to Close your account
13. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Glenn Close (born March 19, 1947) is an American actress and producer
14. Close isn't so much an emotional puzzle to be solved as it is a box for Rapace to fight her way out of
15. Glenn Close delivers, Her Norma is way over the top, with hugely theatrical gestures, histrionic line readings, and the cunning of a she-wolf.
16. To (cause something to) end: The play Closed with the tragic death of both hero and heroine
17. She Closed the meeting with a short speech
18. The pound Closed at (= was worth) $1.47 at the end of the day's …
19. Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind: Contact Has Begun
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21. Plans to Close 200 stores or 21% of Bed Bath stores
22. Close (third-person singular simple present Closes, present participle closing, simple past and past participle Closed) (physical) To remove a gap
Close, Closes, Closing, Closed
23. To move so that an opening is Closed
24. What does Close mean? The definition of Close is near or almost
25. (adjective) An example of Close is a house that is only one street away from
26. Watch Close on Netflix - January 18th, 2019.To protect an heiress from highly trained kidnappers, a lone security expert
27. The Close is a new kind of real estate site designed to give agents, teams, and brokerages actionable, strategic insight from industry professionals
28. See 32 authoritative translations of Close in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
29. Close () Closes a file descriptor, so that it no longer refers to any file and may be reused
30. Alt-F4 is actually a global "Close" command, so if you're not at the desktop, it will Close whatever program is currently active
Close, Command, Currently
31. "Close", song by Jade Eagleson from the 2020 album Jade Eagleson; Other uses
32. Close (surname) Cathedral Close, the area surrounding a cathedral, typically occupied by buildings associated with it; Close, a 2019 action thriller "Close", an alley or cul-de-sac
Close, Cathedral, Cul
33. The user can Close an application window by clicking the Close button, or by using a keyboard shortcut such as ALT+F4
Can, Close, Clicking
34. Any of these actions causes the window to receive a WM_Close message
35. The WM_Close message gives you an opportunity to prompt the user before closing the window
36. If you really do want to Close the window, call the DestroyWindow
37. 1200, "to shut, cover in," from Old French clos-(past participle stem of clore "to shut, to cut off from"), 12c., from Latin clausus, past participle of claudere "to shut, Close; to block up, make inaccessible; put an end to; shut in, enClose, confine" (always -clusus, -cludere in compounds), from PIE root *klau-"hook," also "peg, nail, pin," all things used as locks or
Cover, Clos, Clore, Cut, Clausus, Claudere, Close, Confine, Clusus, Cludere, Compounds
38. To Close deals, you need to engage with prospects
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40. As the opposing troops Closed in on us, I knew we would never win the battle
41. An at-the-Close order is executed at the end of the trading day, at the price available at that time
42. There are multiple ways and order types for exiting at the Close, and may vary by exchange.
43. Close A parcel of land that is surrounded by a boundary of some kind, such as a hedge or a fence
44. A narrow margin, as in a Close election
45. A person can Close a bank account; a trial may be Closed after each lawyer has concluded his or her presentation in the
Can, Close, Closed, Concluded
46. There is a nuanced difference between a 'buy to Close' option and a buy to cover purchase
47. Penney will Close more stores in the spring after already closing 150-plus stores since filing for bankruptcy
48. People who have been in Close contact with someone who has COVID-19—excluding people who have had COVID-19 within the past 3 months or who are fully vaccinated.
Close, Contact, Covid
49. Find 100 ways to say Close-BY, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
50. To quit (Close) a Mac app normally, choose Quit from the app's menu in the menu bar, or press Command (⌘)-Q
Close, Choose, Command
51. Close is the lead single from Nick Jonas third studio album and features Swedish pop artist Tove Lo
52. Close your Microsoft account Warning: When you follow the steps below, you're permanently shutting down your Microsoft account
53. Close out business checking account and credit cards
Close, Checking, Credit, Cards
54. Close to (someone or something) 1
55. A noun or pronoun can be used between "Close" and "to." This is an advanced class, so it is Closed to freshmen
Can, Close, Class, Closed
56. This usage can be applied to physical Closeness or to more abstract ideas, like personal attributes
57. Most banks do not charge a fee to Close a bank account
58. One caveat to this rule is that some banks will charge an early account closure fee if you Close an account soon after opening it.
Caveat, Charge, Closure, Close
Close(noun) a double bar marking the end. Close(verb) an inclosed place; especially, a small field or piece of land surrounded by a wall, hedge, or fence of any kind; -- specifically, the precinct of a cathedral or abbey. Close(verb) a narrow passage leading from a street to a court, and the houses within.
Definition of close (Entry 2 of 6) 1a : a coming or bringing to a conclusion at the close of the party. b : a conclusion or end in time or existence : cessation the decade drew to a close. c : the concluding passage (as of a speech or play) At the close of his speech, he thanked his supporters.
close(adj) close in relevance or relationship. "a close family"; "we are all...in close sympathy with..."; "close kin"; "a close resemblance". Synonyms: skinny, tightlipped, cheeseparing, snug, penny-pinching, stuffy, faithful, airless, nigh, close-fitting, tight, confining, closemouthed, near, unaired, secretive, closelipped. Antonyms:
to stop rendering the customary services of: to close a store for the night. to terminate or suspend the operation of; to halt the activities of: The epidemic forced authorities to close the schools. The police closed the bar for selling liquor to minors.