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Meaning of “closure” - Learner’s Dictionary

closure

noun     /ˈkləʊʒər/
[C, U] the time when a business, organization, etc stops operating for ever: factory closures The company announced the closure of its Paris office.Starting, succeeding and failing in business
[U] the feeling that a sad or unpleasant experience has now finished so that you can think about and do other things: I'd hoped that signing the divorce papers would give me a sense of closure.Complete and wholeVery and extreme
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