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Detailed Synonyms for close in Englisch

close:

to close Verb (closes, closed, closing)

  1. to close
    to close; to lock up; to lock
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
    • lock up Verb (locks up, locked up, locking up)
    • lock Verb (locks, locked, locking)
  2. to close
    to shut; to close; to draw
    • shut Verb (shuts, shut, shutting)
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
    • draw Verb (draws, drew, drawing)
  3. to close
    to close; to shut; to pull to; to pull shut
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
    • shut Verb (shuts, shut, shutting)
    • pull to Verb (pulls to, pulled to, pulling to)
    • pull shut Verb (pulls shut, pulled shut, pulling shut)
  4. to close
    to demarcate; to put under seal; to seal; to stop up; to close; to shut; to fence off; to bind; to plug
    • demarcate Verb (demarcates, demarcated, demarcating)
    • put under seal Verb (puts under seal, put under seal, putting under seal)
    • seal Verb (seals, sealed, sealing)
    • stop up Verb (stops up, stopped up, stopping up)
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
    • shut Verb (shuts, shut, shutting)
    • fence off Verb (fences off, fenced off, fencing off)
    • bind Verb (binds, binding)
    • plug Verb (plugs, plugged, plugging)
  5. to close
    to close; to shut; click shut
  6. to close
    to close; to close down; to turn off
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
    • close down Verb (closes down, closed down, closing down)
    • turn off Verb (turns off, turned off, turning off)
  7. to close
    – finish a game in baseball by protecting a lead 1
    to close
    – finish a game in baseball by protecting a lead 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • The relief pitcher closed with two runs in the second inning1
  8. to close
    – complete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement 1
    to close
    – complete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • We closed on the house on Friday1
      • They closed the deal on the building1
  9. to close
    – unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of 1
    to close; close up
    – unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • close the circuit1
      • close a wound1
      • close a book1
    • close up Verb
      • close up an umbrella1
  10. to close
    – move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut 1
    to close; to shut
    – move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
    • shut Verb (shuts, shut, shutting)
      • shut the window1
  11. to close
    – become closed 1
    to close; to shut
    – become closed 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • The windows closed with a loud bang1
    • shut Verb (shuts, shut, shutting)
  12. to close
    – fill or stop up 1
    to close; to fill up
    – fill or stop up 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • Can you close the cracks with caulking?1
    • fill up Verb (fills up, filled up, filling up)
  13. to close
    – bar access to 1
    to close
    – bar access to 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • Due to the accident, the road had to be closed for several hours1
  14. to close
    – bring together all the elements or parts of 1
    to close
    – bring together all the elements or parts of 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • Management closed ranks1
  15. to close
    – draw near 1
    to close
    – draw near 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • The probe closed with the space station1
  16. to close
    – come together, as if in an embrace 1
    to close; to come together
    – come together, as if in an embrace 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • Her arms closed around her long lost relative1
    • come together Verb (comes together, came together, coming together)
  17. to close
    – change one's body stance so that the forward shoulder and foot are closer to the intended point of impact 1
    to close
    – change one's body stance so that the forward shoulder and foot are closer to the intended point of impact 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
  18. to close
    – cause a window or an application to disappear on a computer desktop 1
    to close
    – cause a window or an application to disappear on a computer desktop 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
  19. to close
    – engage at close quarters 1
    to close
    – engage at close quarters 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • close with the enemy1
  20. to close
    – finish or terminate (meetings, speeches, etc.) 1
    to close
    – finish or terminate (meetings, speeches, etc.) 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • The meeting was closed with a charge by the chairman of the board1
  21. to close
    – cease to operate or cause to cease operating 1
    to close; to fold; to shut down; to close down; close up
    – cease to operate or cause to cease operating 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • The owners decided to move and to close the factory1
      • My business closes every night at 8 P.M.1
    • fold Verb (folds, folded, folding)
    • shut down Verb (shuts down, shut down, shutting down)
    • close down Verb (closes down, closed down, closing down)
    • close up Verb
      • close up the shop1
  22. to close
    – come to a close 1
    to close; to conclude
    – come to a close 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • The concert closed with a nocturne by Chopin1
    • conclude Verb (concludes, concluded, concluding)
  23. to close
    – be priced or listed when trading stops 1
    to close
    – be priced or listed when trading stops 1
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)
      • The stock market closed high this Friday1
      • My new stocks closed at $59 last night1
  24. to close
    – To end an application's relationship with an open file so that the application will no longer be able to access the file without opening it again. 2
    to close
    – To end an application's relationship with an open file so that the application will no longer be able to access the file without opening it again. 2
    • close Verb (closes, closed, closing)

Konjugationen für close:

present
  1. close
  2. close
  3. closes
  4. close
  5. close
  6. close
simple past
  1. closed
  2. closed
  3. closed
  4. closed
  5. closed
  6. closed
present perfect
  1. have closed
  2. have closed
  3. has closed
  4. have closed
  5. have closed
  6. have closed
past continuous
  1. was closing
  2. were closing
  3. was closing
  4. were closing
  5. were closing
  6. were closing
future
  1. shall close
  2. will close
  3. will close
  4. shall close
  5. will close
  6. will close
continuous present
  1. am closing
  2. are closing
  3. is closing
  4. are closing
  5. are closing
  6. are closing
subjunctive
  1. be closed
  2. be closed
  3. be closed
  4. be closed
  5. be closed
  6. be closed
diverse
  1. close!
  2. let's close!
  3. closed
  4. closing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

close Adjektiv

  1. close
    smooth; flat; level; even; uniform; coarse; unwavering; crude; vulgar; point blank; flatly; bluntly; close by; close
  2. close
    muggy; sweltering; stifling; stuffy; musty; stale; sultry; close
  3. close
    attached; devoted; affectionate; close
  4. close
    evanescent; transient; perishing; volatile; transitory; temporary; fleeting; passing; momentary; perfunctory; superficial; of short duration; brief; close; casual; current; empty; null; short; informal; cursory
  5. close
    closely; just; narrowly; close

close adv

  1. close
  2. close
    – near in time or place or relationship 1
    close; near; nigh
    – near in time or place or relationship 1
    • close adv
      • the bullet didn't come close1
      • don't get too close to the fire1
    • near adv
      • as the wedding day drew near1
      • stood near the door1
      • don't shoot until they come near1
      • getting near to the true explanation1
      • her mother is always near1
    • nigh adv
      • The end draws nigh1
  3. close
    – in an attentive manner 1
    tight; close; closely
    – in an attentive manner 1

close Adjektiv

  1. close
    – marked by fidelity to an original 1
    close; faithful
    – marked by fidelity to an original 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • a close translation1
    • faithful Adjektiv
      • a faithful copy of the portrait1
      • a faithful rendering of the observed facts1
  2. close
    – rigorously attentive; strict and thorough 1
    close
    – rigorously attentive; strict and thorough 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • close supervision1
      • paid close attention1
      • a close study1
      • kept a close watch on expenditures1
  3. close
    – not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances 1
    close; near; nigh
    – not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • she was close to tears1
      • had a close call1
    • near Adjektiv
      • near neighbors1
      • in the near future1
      • they are near equals1
      • his nearest approach to success1
      • a very near thing1
      • a near hit by the bomb1
      • she was near tears1
    • nigh Adjektiv
  4. close
    – at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other 1
    close
    – at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • close to noon1
      • how close are we to town?1
      • a close formation of ships1
  5. close
    – close in relevance or relationship 1
    close
    – close in relevance or relationship 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • a close family1
      • we are all...in close sympathy with...1
      • close kin1
      • a close resemblance1
  6. close
    – inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information 1
    close; secretive; closemouthed; tightlipped; closelipped
    – inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information 1
  7. close
    – crowded 1
    close; confining
    – crowded 1
  8. close
    – (of a contest or contestants) evenly matched 1
    tight; close
    – (of a contest or contestants) evenly matched 1
    • tight Adjektiv
      • a tight game1
    • close Adjektiv
      • a close contest1
      • a close election1
  9. close
    – giving or spending with reluctance 1
    close; near; skinny; cheeseparing; penny-pinching
    – giving or spending with reluctance 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • very close (or near) with his money1
    • near Adjektiv
      • very close (or near) with his money1
    • skinny Adjektiv
    • cheeseparing Adjektiv
      • our cheeseparing administration1
    • penny-pinching Adjektiv
      • a penny-pinching miserly old man1
  10. close
    – used of hair or haircuts 1
    close
    – used of hair or haircuts 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • a close military haircut1
  11. close
    – fitting closely but comfortably 1
    close; snug; close-fitting
    – fitting closely but comfortably 1
  12. close
    – confined to specific persons 1
    close
    – confined to specific persons 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • a close secret1
  13. close
    – strictly confined or guarded 1
    close
    – strictly confined or guarded 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • kept under close custody1
  14. close
    – of textiles 1
    tight; close
    – of textiles 1
    • tight Adjektiv
      • smooth percale with a very tight weave1
    • close Adjektiv
      • a close weave1
  15. close
    – lacking fresh air 1
    close; stuffy; unaired; airless
    – lacking fresh air 1
    • close Adjektiv
      • the dreadfully close atmosphere1
    • stuffy Adjektiv
      • hot and stuffy and the air was blue with smoke1
    • unaired Adjektiv
    • airless Adjektiv
      • a dusty airless attic1

close [the ~] Nomen

  1. the close
    – the concluding part of any performance 1
    the close; the finale; the closing curtain; the finis
    – the concluding part of any performance 1
  2. the close
    – the last section of a communication 1
    the close; the end; the conclusion; the closing; the ending
    – the last section of a communication 1
  3. the close
    – the temporal end; the concluding time 1
    the last; the close; the finish; the conclusion; the finale; the finis; the stopping point
    – the temporal end; the concluding time 1
    • last [the ~] Nomen
    • close [the ~] Nomen
      • they were playing better at the close of the season1
    • finish [the ~] Nomen
      • the market was up at the finish1
    • conclusion [the ~] Nomen
    • finale [the ~] Nomen
    • finis [the ~] Nomen
    • stopping point [the ~] Nomen
      • the stopping point of each round was signaled by a bell1

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Verwandte Definitionen für "close":

  1. marked by fidelity to an original1
    • a close translation1
  2. rigorously attentive; strict and thorough1
    • close supervision1
    • paid close attention1
    • a close study1
    • kept a close watch on expenditures1
  3. not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances1
    • she was close to tears1
    • had a close call1
  4. at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other1
    • close to noon1
    • how close are we to town?1
    • a close formation of ships1
  5. close in relevance or relationship1
    • a close family1
    • we are all...in close sympathy with...1
    • close kin1
    • a close resemblance1
  6. inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information1
    • although they knew her whereabouts her friends kept close about it1
  7. crowded1
    • close quarters1
  8. (of a contest or contestants) evenly matched1
    • a close contest1
    • a close election1
  9. giving or spending with reluctance1
    • very close (or near) with his money1
  10. used of hair or haircuts1
    • a close military haircut1
  11. fitting closely but comfortably1
    • a close fit1
  12. confined to specific persons1
    • a close secret1
  13. strictly confined or guarded1
    • kept under close custody1
  14. of textiles1
    • a close weave1
  15. lacking fresh air1
    • the dreadfully close atmosphere1
  16. near in time or place or relationship1
    • the bullet didn't come close1
    • don't get too close to the fire1
  17. in an attentive manner1
  18. the concluding part of any performance1
  19. the last section of a communication1
  20. the temporal end; the concluding time1
    • they were playing better at the close of the season1
  21. finish a game in baseball by protecting a lead1
    • The relief pitcher closed with two runs in the second inning1
  22. complete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement1
    • We closed on the house on Friday1
    • They closed the deal on the building1
  23. unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of1
    • close the circuit1
    • close a wound1
    • close a book1
  24. move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut1
  25. become closed1
    • The windows closed with a loud bang1
  26. fill or stop up1
    • Can you close the cracks with caulking?1
  27. bar access to1
    • Due to the accident, the road had to be closed for several hours1
  28. bring together all the elements or parts of1
    • Management closed ranks1
  29. draw near1
    • The probe closed with the space station1
  30. come together, as if in an embrace1
    • Her arms closed around her long lost relative1
  31. change one's body stance so that the forward shoulder and foot are closer to the intended point of impact1
  32. cause a window or an application to disappear on a computer desktop1
  33. engage at close quarters1
    • close with the enemy1
  34. finish or terminate (meetings, speeches, etc.)1
    • The meeting was closed with a charge by the chairman of the board1
  35. cease to operate or cause to cease operating1
    • The owners decided to move and to close the factory1
    • My business closes every night at 8 P.M.1
  36. come to a close1
    • The concert closed with a nocturne by Chopin1
  37. be priced or listed when trading stops1
    • The stock market closed high this Friday1
    • My new stocks closed at $59 last night1
  38. To end an application's relationship with an open file so that the application will no longer be able to access the file without opening it again.2

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