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Translation of "closely" - English-Spanish dictionary

closely

adverb   /ˈkləʊs·li/
If you look at or listen to something closely, you look at it or listen to it very carefully. atentamente
If two things are closely connected, related, etc, they are very similar to each other or there is a relationship between them. íntimamente The two languages are closely related. Which American city most closely resembles Paris?
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