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Not open,
  1. Not open
    • - rooms with closed doors lined the hallway
    • - he sat with his eyes closed
  2. (of a business) Having ceased trading, esp. for a short period
    • - he put the “Closed” sign up on the door
  3. No longer under discussion or investigation; concluded
    • - closed cases of alleged contract irregularities
  4. (of a society or system) Not communicating with or influenced by others; independent

  5. Limited to certain people; not open or available to all
    • - the UN Security Council met in closed session
  6. Unwilling to accept new ideas
    • - you're facing the situation with a closed mind
  7. (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

  8. (of a set) Containing all its limit points

  9. Of or pertaining to a curve whose ends are joined

  1. not open or affording passage or access; "the many closed streets made travel difficult"; "our neighbors peeped from behind closed curtains"
  2. (set theory) of an interval that contains both its endpoints
  3. shut: not open; "the door slammed shut"
  4. used especially of mouth or eyes; "he sat quietly with closed eyes"; "his eyes were shut against the sunlight"
  5. closed(a): requiring union membership; "a closed shop"
  6. with shutters closed
  7. In mathematics, especially vector calculus and differential topology, a closed form is a differential form α whose exterior derivative is zero (dα = 0), and an exact form is a differential form that is the exterior derivative of another differential form β. ...
  8. In the game of poker, a betting round is said to be closed if no player will have the right to raise in the round. Normally this occurs when a player calls, and the next player whose turn it is to act is the one who made the last raise, so he cannot raise further (this ends the betting round). ...
  9. In geometry, topology, and related branches of mathematics, a closed set is a set whose complement is an open set. In a topological space, a closed set can be defined as a set which contains all its limit points. In a metric space, a closed set is a set which is closed under the limit operation.
  10. The use of wine tasting descriptors allow the taster an opportunity to put into words the aromas and flavors that they experience and can be used in assessing the overall quality of wine. ...
  11. (CLOSE) The claustrum, which is suspected to be present in all mammals, is a fairly thin (fraction of 1 mm to multiple mms) vertical curved sheet of subcortical gray matter oriented sagittally between the white matter tracts of the external capsule and extreme capsule. ...
  12. (Close (album)) Close is the sixth studio album by Kim Wilde, released in 1988.
  13. Sealed, made inaccessible or impassable; not open; Not operating or conducting trade; Non public (as in closed source); Having an open complement; Such that its image under the specified operation is contained in it; Lacking a free variable
  14. (closing) The end or conclusion of something; The final procedure in a house sale when documents are signed and recorded; Coming after all others
  15. (Close) As in not-far. [See Slider]
  16. (Close) Refers to a declaration by the batting team of a closure to an innings or  the end of the days play.
  17. (Close) a piece of land enclosed within hedges, fences or walls.
  18. (Close (US)) Final odds on a horse (e.g. "closed at 5 to 1"). Confusingly equates to "Starting Price" in the UK.
  19. (Close) Sending a merchant’s completed transactions to the host for processing. (See also “Settlement”)
  20. (Close) The price of the last transaction of a security on a particular trading day.
  21. (Close) Finalise a deal or sale.
  22. (Close) Wings folded against the body of a bird.
  23. (Close) to remove a window from the screen
  24. (CLOSE) To bring the feet together without a change of weight
  25. (Close) Act of finalizing a transaction in which all the concerned parties meet to transfer title to a property. Also, when real estate formally changes ownership.