Closing - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- the last section of a communication (syn: close, conclusion, end, ending)
- approaching a particular destination; a coming closer; a narrowing of a gap (syn: closure)
- a concluding action (syn: completion, culmination, mop up)
the closing weeks of the year
the closing scene of the film
We met with our lawyer before the closing on our new house.
The judge gave his closing speech to the jury.
It's early closing today.
The fog was closing in fast.
The store where we shop is closing.
She was having trouble closing the drawer.
I heard an announcement on the loudspeaker saying that the store was closing in 10 minutes.
...the multimedia spectacles that have become established parts of the opening and closing ceremonies for the Olympic Games...
Everyone came tumbling out of the bar at closing time.
News of the factory closing found workers scrambling to find jobs.
Their team played a blinder to beat us in the closing seconds of the match.
The closing of the factory has displaced many workers.
...the play was a fizzle, opening and closing the same night...
...alack, it's true—the only good restaurant in town is closing!...
I'm glad to see that the wound is closing (up) nicely.
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