encloseverb [T]uk /ɪnˈkləʊz/ us /-ˈkloʊz/
enclose verb [T] (SURROUND)
- The vertebral column encloses the spinal cord.
- The house has a small backyard, enclosed by a high brick wall.
- With the ring enclosed tightly in his hand, he stood deep in thought.
- The box could once have enclosed important letters or keepsakes.
- The new classrooms have been built enclosing a small central courtyard.
enclose verb [T] (SEND)