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  1. close-up
    IPA[ˈklōsˌəp]
  2. noun

    • 1. a photograph, movie, or video taken at close range and showing the subject on a large scale:

      a close-up of her face they see themselves in close-up a close-up view
    • 2. an intimate and detailed description or study:

      the book's close-up account of the violence
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: close-up, plural noun: close-ups

    • (of a person's face) become blank and emotionless or hostile
    • very near
    • stop using or operating a business or building

      (of an opening) grow smaller or become blocked by something

    • noun

      a photograph or film image taken at close range and showing the subject on a large scale:

      an intimate and detailed description or study:

    • (of a person's face) become blank and emotionless or hostile
    • very near
    • cease business activity or operation, either temporarily or permanently
    • cause to cease or cease operation or being used

      (of an opening) grow smaller or become blocked by something

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