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closedadjective

uk   /kləʊzd/  us   /kloʊzd/

closed adjective (NOT OPEN)

A1 not open: It might be less draughty if the door were closed.A1 not open for business: All the shops were closed, so we couldn't buy any food.
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closed adjective (ENDED)

finished and therefore not able to be discussed any more : "The matter is closed," said the headteacher.

closed adjective (NOT ACCEPTING IDEAS)

C2 not wanting to accept new ideas, people, customs, etc.: You have such a closed mind. The setting of the novel is the closed world of banking.
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