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  1. closed
    IPA[klōzd]
  2. adjective

    • 1. not open:

      rooms with closed doors lined the hallway he sat with his eyes closed
    • 2. (of a business) having ceased trading, especially for a short period:

      he put the “Closed” sign up on the door
    • 3. (of a society or system) not communicating with or influenced by others; independent.

    • 4. limited to certain people; not open or available to all:

      the UN Security Council met in closed session
    • 5. unwilling to accept new ideas:

      you're facing the situation with a closed mind
    • 6. (of a set) having the property that the result of a specified operation on any element of the set is itself a member of the set.

    • 7. (of a set) containing all its limit points.

    • 8. of or pertaining to a curve whose ends are joined.

    • adjective

      not open:

      (of a society or system) not communicating with or influenced by others:

    • verb

      move or cause to move so as to cover an opening:

      block up (a hole or opening):

    • noun

      the end of an event or of a period of time or activity:

      the end of a day's trading on a stock market:

    • adjective

      a short distance away or apart in space or time:

      with very little or no space in between; dense:

    • adverb

      in a position so as to be very near to someone or something; with very little space between:
    • noun

      the last part of a performance, collection, or series:

      a person who is skilled at bringing a business transaction to a satisfactory conclusion:

    • adjective

      only a short distance away or apart in space or time:

      with very little or no space in between; dense:

    • adverb

      very near to someone or something; with very little space between:
    • noun

      a residential street without through access:

      the precinct surrounding a cathedral.

    • verb

      move so as to cover an opening:

      block up (a hole or opening):

    • noun

      the end of an event or of a period of time or activity:

      the end of a day's trading on a stock market:

    • noun

      the last part of a performance, collection, or series:

      a person who is skilled at bringing a business transaction to a satisfactory conclusion:

    • adjective

      having a predetermined and fixed extent:

      denoting an investment trust or company that issues a fixed number of shares.

    • noun

      one of a series of subtitles to a television program, accessible through a decoder.
    • verb

      provide (a program) with closed captions.
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