Translation for 'close' from English to Greek
ADJ   close | closer | closest
NOUN   a close | closes
VERB   to close | closed | closed
closing | closes
SYNO airless | cheeseparing | close | ...
close {adj}κοντινός
to closeκλείνω
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Translation for 'close' from English to Greek

close {adj}

to close
Usage Examples English
  • Cronin later missed a close range penalty goal attempt which would have levelled the scores close to full-time.
  • On May 31, 2018, Sears announced plans to close the store in September, as part of a plan to close 63 stores nationwide. Sears was the last of the original anchors to close.
  • In English-ruled Ireland, letters close were used for a wider variety of grants, as the Irish chancery only produced two series of enrolments: patent and close rolls.
  • Lady Stair's Close (477 Lawnmarket) is a close in Edinburgh, Scotland, just off the Royal Mile, close to the entrance to Gladstone's Land. Most notably it contains the Scottish Writers' Museum.
  • The accumulation/distribution index is similar to on balance volume, but acc/dist is based on the close within the day's range, instead of the close-to-close up or down that the latter uses.

  • A close friend of Leonardo who helps him assist Nadja in searching for her mother and is his close confidant.
  • A Crewe street, Herbert Swindells Close, close to Gresty Road, is named after him.
  • It is even rarer for languages to contrast more than one close/near-close/close-mid triplet.
  • In 2003, the board voted to close the school but temporary financing and tremendous alumni support averted the close until 2006 when the board voted to close the school permanently.
  • Since 1 May 2011, it has been impossible to incorporate a new close corporation in South Africa.

  • The oxide crystal structure is based on a close-pack array of oxygen anions, with metal cations occupying interstitial sites.
  • Also a close village next to Kalri is Panjeri and these two villages have very close links.
  • Close-quarters combat (CQC) or close-quarters battle (CQB) is a close combat situation between multiple combatants involving ranged (typically firearm-based) or melee combat.
  • In mathematics, near sets are either spatially close or descriptively close.
  • Listeners interpret the song as expressing a desire to dance extremely close.

  • Thus, [...] can be made arbitrarily close to the limit of 2—just by making [...] sufficiently close to [...].
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