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closetnoun [C]

 us   /ˈklɑz·ɪt/
a small room or space in a wall where you can store things such as clothes, sheets, etc., often having a door so that it can be closed: a clothes/linen closet

closetadjective

 us   /ˈklɑz·ɪt/
kept secret from others: a closet liberal

closetverb [T always + adv/prep]

 us   /ˈklɑz·ət/
to arrange to meet privately with someone where you will not be interrupted: The president and his advisers closeted themselves with the congressional leadership.
Translations of “closet”
in Arabic خِزانة…
in Korean 작은 방…
in Malaysian almari pakaian…
in French placard…
in Turkish gömme dolap…
in Italian guardaroba, armadio…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指放衣服的)壁櫥,壁櫃,儲藏室…
in Russian шкаф…
in Polish szafa wnękowa…
in Vietnamese tủ…
in Spanish armario…
in Portuguese guarda-roupa, armário…
in Thai ตู้…
in German die Kammer…
in Catalan armari…
in Japanese 押入れ, 戸棚, クローゼット…
in Indonesian lemari…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指放衣服的)壁橱,壁柜,储藏室…
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