Translation for 'to close' from English to Russian
VERB   to close | closed | closed
closing | closes
SYNO airless | cheeseparing | close | ...
unverified бли́зкий {adj}close
тяжёлый {adj} [воздух] [спёртый, неприятный для обоняния]close [about air]
тесный {adj}close [contact, ties]
закрывать [несов.]to close
2 Words
unverified близко (рядом) {adv}close to
3 Words
закрытие {с}
close of business
окончание {с} рабочего дня
close of business
прекращение {с} деятельности
close of business
4 Words
околоэкваторный {adj}
close to the equator [postpos.]
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Usage Examples English
  • In patent ductus arteriosus, a congenital disorder, the fetal ductus arteriosus fails to close, leaving an open vessel connecting the pulmonary artery to the proximal descending aorta.
  • The aim of the expedition was to conquer Socotra and build a fortress there, hoping to close the trade in the Red Sea.
  • Armenia is now a net energy exporter, although it does not have sufficient generating capacity to replace the Metsamor nuclear plant, which is under international pressure to close due to its old design.
  • Due to the lack of 3G or 4G, the island's sole taxi operator could not meet the requirement issued by WA Department of Transport to install electronic meters, and the operator was forced to close at the end of June 2019.
  • Following the implementation of the changes, each island's president became a governor and the ministers became councillors. To close the debate and to avoid being integrated by force in the Union of the Comoros, the population of Mayotte overwhelmingly chose to become an overseas department and a region of France in a 2009 referendum.

  • Only a month after "Surfer Girls release the group's fourth album "Little Deuce Coupe" was issued. To close 1963, the band released a standalone Christmas-themed single, "Little Saint Nick", backed with an a cappella rendition of the scriptural song "The Lord's Prayer".
  • Unlike other major players in the privatised railway system of Great Britain, the ROSCOs are not subject to close regulation by the economic regulatory authority.
  • BBC Red Button's text services were due to close on 30 January 2020, but the switch off was suspended on 29 January 2020 following protests.
  • "Daddy Cool", opened in London in August 2006 to mixed reviews and sluggish ticket sales, causing it to close in February 2007.
  • At midnight, the police and units of the East German army began to close the border and, by Sunday morning, 13 August, the border with West Berlin was closed.

  • The government plans to close the Ouagadougou airport upon construction of the new Ouagadougou-Donsin Airport, approximately 35 km northeast of Ouagadougou.
  • The 1982 amendments to the Montreux Convention allow Turkey to close the straits at its discretion in both war and peacetime.
  • In March 2006, Texas judges upheld the state blue law that requires car dealerships to close either Saturday or Sunday each weekend.
  • Blues guitarist and vocalist Keb' Mo' performed his blues rendition of "America, the Beautiful" in 2006 to close out the final season of the television series "The West Wing".
  • The traditional definitions differentiated between guns and howitzers in terms of maximum elevation (well less than 45° as opposed to close to or greater than 45°), number of charges (one or more than one charge), and having higher or lower muzzle velocity, sometimes indicated by barrel length.

  • However, not all cases were victories; ACLU lost cases in 1949 and 1961 which challenged state laws requiring commercial businesses to close on Sunday, the Christian Sabbath.
  • In October 1957 the Government of Northern Ireland closed the GNR line, which made it impossible for the SL&NCR continue and forced it also to close.
  • Niagara Falls was the first BOMARC B installation to close, in December 1969; the others remained on alert through 1972.
  • Generally, it is impossible to close two or three transactions at the same instant; therefore, there is the possibility that when one part of the deal is closed, a quick shift in prices makes it impossible to close the other at a profitable price.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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