closure / ˈkloʊ ʒər /


closure2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the act of closing; the state of being closed.
  2. a bringing to an end; conclusion.
  3. something that closes or shuts.
v. 无主动词 verb

clo·sured, clo·sur·ing.

  1. Parliamentary Procedure. to cloture.

closure 近义词

n. 名词 noun


n. 名词 noun

plug, seal


  1. He staged a protest against beach closures on the Fourth of July.
  2. It can hold 12 letter size hanging folders, and has a latchable closure with a built in handle.
  3. Rounded corners help keep the book from wear and tear and the elastic closure keeps pages protected.
  4. To better understand what happened in the Patrick Henry cheer program, you have to go back to March when the closures first occurred.
  5. Amid shutdowns and mandatory store closures, even e-commerce sales haven’t been enough to save some of the biggest brands in the businesses from declaring bankruptcy in the months since the pandemic began.
  6. It was definitely an anti-closure ending, and if the character—and show—has life behind it, it leaves the door wide open.
  7. Moscow officials insist that the hospitals listed for closure lacked professional services and often stayed half empty.
  8. The closure of transport was a perfect example of the far-reaching consequences of clashes in the disputed capital.
  9. “Let us think of his family and his parents and hopefully today they have achieved some measure of closure,” Johnson added.
  10. Writing the book has given Cumming “some sense of closure,” a statement of a “more holistic version of me.”
  11. He zipped open the closure of his helmet and tilted the helmet back.
  12. In this way does a lazy world consign discussion to silence with the cynical closure.
  13. The interval between the closure and the opening may be noticeable, in which case we call the consonant double.
  14. Slight variations in the place of closure due to the place of articulation of neighbouring sounds in a word are inevitable.
  15. Closure of the glottis by the inflation of the ventricles imposes no strain on the vocal cords.