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Spanish translation of “close”

close

adjective
having a narrow difference between winner and loser
parecido, igualado
a close contest The result was close.
thorough
detallado
a close examination of the facts Keep a close watch on him.
tight
ajustado
a close fit.
without fresh air
bochornoso
a close atmosphere The weather was close and thundery.
(British) mean
tacaño
He’s very close (with his money).
secretive
reservado
They’re keeping very close about the business.
(Definition of close from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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