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enclosurenoun [C]

 us   /ɪnˈkloʊ·ʒər/

enclosure noun [C] (SEPARATE AREA)

an ​areasurrounded by a ​fence or other ​structure in ​order to be ​keptseparate from other ​areas: The ​dogs are in a ​fenced enclosure in the ​backyard.

enclosure noun [C] (LETTER)

something ​extra that is ​sent in a ​letter or ​package with the ​mainmessage: You will ​find two enclosures with this ​letter – a ​check and a ​photograph.
(Definition of enclosure from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Definition of "enclosure" - British English Dictionary

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enclosurenoun

uk   /ɪnˈkləʊ.ʒər/  us   /-ˈkloʊ.ʒɚ/

enclosure noun (SURROUNDED)

[C] an ​areasurrounded by ​fences or ​walls: an enclosure for the ​horses the ​members' enclosure [C or U] the ​act of putting ​fences around ​land: An early ​example of ​privatization was the enclosure ofpublicland for use by ​wealthylandlords.

enclosure noun (SENT)

[C] something that is put in the same ​envelope or ​parcel as something ​else
(Definition of enclosure from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Definition of "enclosure" - Business English Dictionary

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enclosurenoun [C]

uk   us   /ɪnˈkləʊʒər/
COMMUNICATIONS a ​document, etc. that is ​included inside a ​letter: Please ​identify enclosures such as ​disks or ​checks in any ​correspondence.
(Definition of enclosure from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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