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Translation of "close" - English-Turkish dictionary

close

verb [I, T]     /kləʊz/
DOOR/WINDOW ETC
A1 If something closes, it moves so that it is not open, and if you close something, you make it move so that it is not open. kapatmak Jane closed the window. Lie down and close your eyes. Suddenly the door closed.Closing and blocking
PUBLIC PLACE
A2 If a shop, restaurant, public place, etc closes, people cannot go in it. kapamak, kapanmak The supermarket closes at 8 p.m.Closing and blocking
ORGANIZATION ( also close down)
B2 If a business or organization closes, or if someone or something closes it, it stops operating. faaliyetine son vermek, çalışmamak Many factories have closed in the last ten years.Starting, succeeding and failing in business
END
B2 to end, or to end something son vermek, kapatmak She closed the meeting with a short speech.Causing something to endComing to an end
(Definition of close verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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