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  • close — Ⅰ. close [1] ► ADJECTIVE 1) only a short distance away or apart in space or time. 2) (of a connection or resemblance) strong. 3) denoting someone who is part of a person s immediate family. 4) (of a relationship or the people conducting it) very… …   English terms dictionary

  • shut your eyes to something — phrase to refuse to pay attention to something, usually something bad We can no longer shut our eyes to what’s happening to these children. Thesaurus: to pretend something is not happening or is not the casesynonym to ignore something, or to not… …   Useful english dictionary

  • shut your ears to something — phrase to refuse to listen to something, usually something bad She shut her ears to all their complaints. Thesaurus: to fail or refuse to listensynonym Main entry: shut * * * shut/close your ˈears to sth idiom to refuse to li …   Useful english dictionary

  • close your eyes to something — phrase to ignore something bad that is happening when you should be doing something to stop it The government cannot close its eyes to this disease. Thesaurus: to pretend something is not happening or is not the casesynonym to ignore something,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • close vs shut —   As a verb, to shut can usually be replaced by to close.   You can shut a door / window / suitcase, or you can close a door / window /suitcase.   • The shops shut / close at 8 pm.   • Mr Bean couldn t shut / close the suitcase.   I say usually… …   English dictionary of common mistakes and confusing words

  • close vs shut —   As a verb, to shut can usually be replaced by to close.   You can shut a door / window / suitcase, or you can close a door / window /suitcase.   • The shops shut / close at 8 pm.   • Mr Bean couldn t shut / close the suitcase.   I say usually… …   English dictionary of common mistakes and confusing words

  • close — 1. adj., adv., & n. adj. 1 (often foll. by to) situated at only a short distance or interval. 2 a having a strong or immediate relation or connection (close friend; close relative). b in intimate friendship or association (were very close). c… …   Useful english dictionary

  • close - closed - shut — If you close something such as a door, you move it so that it covers or fills a hole or gap. He opened the door and closed it behind him. You can also say that you shut something such as a door. There is no difference in meaning. The past tense… …   Useful english dictionary

  • close — {{11}}close (adj.) late 14c., strictly confined, also secret, from O.Fr. clos confined; concealed, secret; taciturn (12c.), from L. clausus, pp. of claudere stop up, fasten, shut (see CLOSE (Cf. close) (v.)); main sense shifting to near (late 15c …   Etymology dictionary

  • close — v 1. shut, close up, close off, seal, seal off, obturate; lock, padlock, bolt, latch; fix, fasten, secure, Scot. steek. 2. stop, clog, choke, jam, congest; block, obstruct, bar, occlude, barricade, blockade, stand in the way; impede, hinder,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • close — I. verb (closed; closing) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French clos , stem of clore, from Latin claudere to shut, close; perhaps akin to Greek kleiein to close more at clavicle Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. to move so as to bar …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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