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closing

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈkləʊzɪŋ/
coming near the end of a speech, event, activity, etc.: closing remarks/statement In her closing remarks, she thanked all the delegates for taking part. The Prime Minister spoke yesterday at the closing ceremony of the Paris Air Show. →  Compare opening adjective
STOCK MARKET, FINANCE coming at the end of the day's trading on the stock market: The Dow achieved a closing record of 5,894.74. Stock prices had risen 10% by the closing bell. →  Compare opening adjective
Translations of “closing”
in Chinese (Traditional) 結束的,結尾的,收結的…
in Russian заключительный…
in Turkish kapanış, son, sonlandıran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 结束的,结尾的…
in Polish ostatni…
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