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  • close1   (Aviation)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    close
    verb
    • to shut down
      • Controllers will not close an airport; only the airport management can do so.
  • close2   (near)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    近的;接近的
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • near in space or time
      • Our new house is close to the school.
        我们的新家离学校很近。
      • I had no idea the beach was so close.
        我无法相信海滩竟近在咫尺。
      • The two buildings are close together.
        这两座大楼相互挨在一起。
      • This is the closest we can get to the beach by car.
        这是我们能开车到海滩最近的线路了。
      • We all have to work in close proximity(= near each other).
        我们不得不在狭窄的环境里工作。
      • The President was shot at close range(= from a short distance away).
        总统在很近的距离内被射杀。
      • The children are close to each other in age.
        孩子们彼此的年龄很接近。
      • Their birthdays are very close together.
        他们的生日紧挨着。
  • close3   (almost/likely)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    几乎(处于某种状态)
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • almost in a particular state; likely to do sth soon
      • He was close to tears.
        他快要哭了。
      • The new library is close to completion.
        新图书馆快要完工了。
      • She knew she was close to death.
        她知道她快要死了。
      • We are close to signing the agreement.
        我们就快签协议了。
  • close4   (relationship)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    亲近的
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • knowing sb very well and liking them very much
      • Jo is a very close friend.
        乔是个贴心的朋友。
      • She is very close to her father.
        她和父亲关系很亲密。
      • She and her father are very close.
        她和她父亲的关系很亲密。
      • We're a very close family.
        我们是温馨的一家人。
    • near in family relationship
      • close relatives, such as your mother and father, and brothers and sisters
        亲属,比如你的妈妈爸爸、兄弟姐妹
    • very involved in the work or activities of sb else, usually seeing and talking to them regularly
      • He is one of the prime minister's closest advisers.
        他是首相最亲密的顾问之一。
      • The college has close links with many other institutions.
        该高校停止与很多其他机构合作。
      • She has kept in close contact with the victims' families.
        她与受害者家属联系密切。
      • We keep in close touch with the police.
        我们与警方密切合作。
  • close5   (careful)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    进一步的,更靠近的,更仔细的
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • careful and thorough
      • Take a close look at this photograph.
        仔细看看这张照片。
      • On closer examination the painting proved to be a fake.
        再经仔细观察,证实那幅画是赝品。
      • Pay close attention to what I am telling you.
        注意我对你说的那些话。
  • close6   (similar)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    握紧
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • very similar to sth else or to an amount
      • There's a close resemblance (= they look very similar).
        他们看上去很像。
      • His feeling for her was close to hatred.
        他对她的感情极近仇恨。
      • The total was close to 20% of the workforce.
        劳动力数量暴涨20%。
      • We tried to match the colours, but this is the closest we could get.
        我们尽量使颜色搭配协调,但最好也就只能做到这样了。
  • close7   (competition/election, etc.)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    吝啬的
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • won by only a small amount or distance
      • a close contest/match/election
        一场势均力敌的竞赛/比赛/竞选
      • It was a very close finish.
        比赛几乎分不出胜负。
      • I think it's going to be close.
        我认为差距可能会很接近。
      • Our team came a close second(= nearly won).
        我们的团队屈居第二。
      • The game was closer than the score suggests.
        实际的比赛情况比分数显示更加扣人心弦。
      • The result is going to be too close to call(= either side may win).
        结果太接近,很难分出胜负。
  • close8   (almost bad result)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    几乎(危险的, 不好的)
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • used to describe sth, usually a dangerous or unpleasant situation, that nearly happens
      • Phew! That was close—that car nearly hit us.
        (发出口哨声)当时可真险呐——那辆汽车差点撞上我们。
      • We caught the bus in the end but it was close (= we nearly missed it).
        我们差点就没能赶上公交车。
  • close9   (without space)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    狭窄的,无空隙地
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • with little or no space in between
      • over 1 000 pages of close print
        密密麻麻的超过了1000页纸
      • The soldiers advanced in close formation.
        士兵排成密集队形前进。
  • close10   (cut short)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    封闭的
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • cut very short, near to the skin
      • a close haircut/shave
        短发,剃光头
  • close11   (guarded)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    关闭, 闭门歇业
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • carefully guarded
      • The donor's identity is a close secret.
        捐赠者的身份是机密。
      • She was kept under close arrest.
        她被严密的拘禁着。
  • close12   (weather/room)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    闷气的,闷热的,封闭的
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • warm in an uncomfortable way because there does not seem to be enough fresh air
  • close13   (private)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    保密的
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • not willing to give personal information about yourself
      • He was close about his past.
        他不愿透露他的过去。
  • close14   (mean)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    结束, 完结
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • not liking to spend money
      • She's always been very close with her money.
        她一向花钱很小气的。
  • close15   (phonetics)   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    紧紧地
    adj.   (closer, closest)
    • produced with the mouth in a relatively closed position compare open
  • close16   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    位置接近地
    adv.   (closer, closest)
    • near; not far away
      • They sat close together.
        他们紧挨着坐在一起。
      • Don't come too close!
        不要靠的太近!
      • She held Tom close and pressed her cheek to his.
        她紧紧地抱着汤姆,把脸贴着她。
      • I couldn't get close enough to see.
        我不能靠近了看。
      • A second police car followed close behind.
        又一辆警车紧跟在后头。
  • close17   UK /kləʊs/  US /kloʊs/ 
    封闭的,结束,末尾
    noun
    • a street that is closed at one end
      • Brookside Close
        布鲁克赛德巷
    • the grounds and buildings that surround and belong to a cathedral
  • close18   (window/door, etc.)   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    关, 关闭
    verb
    • to put sth into a position so that it covers an opening; to get into this position
      • Would anyone mind if I closed the window?
        我关上窗子大家介意吗?
      • She closed the gate behind her.
        她把她背后的门关了起来。
      • It's dark now—let's close the curtains.
        天黑了,我们把窗帘拉起来吧。
      • I closed my eyes against the bright light.
        我闭上了双眼以防强光照射。
      • The doors open and close automatically.
        这门能自动开关。
  • close19   (Aviation)   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    事实
    verb
    • to shut down
      • Controllers will not close an airport; only the airport management can do so.
  • close20   (book/umbrella, etc.)   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    合上, 收起
    verb
    • to move the parts of sth together so that it is no longer open
      • to close a book/an umbrella
        合上书,收起伞
  • close21   (shop/store/business, etc.)   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    关闭
    verb
    • to make the work of a shop/store, etc. stop for a period of time; to not be open for people to use
      • The museum has been closed for renovation.
        博物馆已经闭馆翻修了。
      • The road was closed to traffic for two days.
        这条路不能通行两天时间。
      • What time does the bank close?
        银行什么时候关门?
      • We close for lunch between twelve and two.
        我们12点到2点之间午餐休息。
    • if a company, shop/store, etc. closes, or if you close it, it stops operating as a business
      • The club was closed by the police.
        警方要求这个俱乐部停业整顿。
      • The hospital closed at the end of last year.
        医院在去年年末就停业了。
      • The play closed after just three nights.
        该剧上演不到三天就停止了。
  • close22   (end)   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    保密的
    verb
    • to end or make sth end
      • The meeting will close at 10.00 p.m.
        会议将在晚上10点结束。
      • The offer closes at the end of the week.
        募股会在本周末结束。
      • to close a meeting/debate
        结束会议/讨论
      • to close a case/an investigation
        结束案子/调查
      • to close an account (= to stop keeping money in a bank account)
        关闭账户
      • The subject is now closed (= we will not discuss it again).
        这个话题到此结束了。
  • close23   (finance)   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    收盘,停业
    verb
    • to be worth a particular amount at the end of the day's business
      • Shares in the company closed at 265p.
        公司股票以256英镑收盘。
      • closing prices
        收盘价
  • close24   (distance/difference)   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    使靠拢,使缩小
    verb
    • to make the distance or difference between two people or things smaller; to become smaller or narrower
      • These measures are aimed at closing the gap between rich and poor.
        这些措施的目的在于缩小贫富之间的差距。
      • The gap between the two top teams is closing all the time.
        两个强队之间的差距总很接近的。
  • close25   (hold firmly)   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    死路
    verb
    • to hold sth/sb firmly
      • She closed her hand over his.
        她紧紧握着他的手。
      • Her hand closed over his.
        她紧紧握着他的手。
  • close26   UK /kləʊz/  US /kloʊz/ 
    接近的
    noun
    • the end of a period of time or an activity
      • at the close of the 17th century
        将近17世纪末
      • His life was drawing to a close.
        她的生命画上了句号。
      • Can we bring this meeting to a close?
        我们可以结束会议了吗?
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