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  1. closer
    IPA[ˈkləʊzə]
  2. noun

    • 1. the last part of a performance, collection, or series:

      the perfect closer to the album the last episode was still a great closer
    • 2. a person who is skilled at bringing a business transaction to a satisfactory conclusion:

      this role will best suit closers who are hungry to make commissions
    • 3. a reliable relief pitcher who enters a game in the final innings, typically to preserve a slim lead:

      he could develop into a big-league closer one of the game's highest-paid closers
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: closer, plural noun: closers