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to close / to shut
to seal / to close / to confine / to seal off / to close down / sealed / confined / closed / unreceptive
to go bankrupt / to close down
to stop up / to close up / hard to get to / out of the way / inaccessible / unenlightened / blocking
  *闭* | 闭* | *闭
to close / to stop up / to shut / to obstruct
the curtain falls / lower the curtain / to come to an end (of a meeting)
to close by coming together (like the lips of a wound, the doors of an elevator, the walls of a channel) / to close by connecting in a loop (like a circuit) / closed-loop
Shut up! / same as 閉上嘴巴|闭上嘴巴
sealed / airtight
to close the passes / to seal off the country / seclusion (monastic practice, e.g. of Chan Buddhists)
closing ceremony
closure (math.)
to close securely / tightly closed / secure
to close a door
to lock
lit. to shut oneself away and build a cart (idiom) / fig. to work on a project in isolation, without caring for outside realities
closed-circuit television
closed-book examination
Shut up!
to turn a blind eye
closed interval (in calculus)
to refuse to say anything about (idiom) / to remain tight-lipped / to avoid mentioning
to be refused entrance (idiom) / to find the door closed
closed syllable
lit. hiding the moon, shaming the flowers (idiom) / fig. female beauty exceeding even that of the natural world
close the country to international intercourse
Closed Game / Double Queen Pawn Opening (chess) / same as 雙后前兵開局|双后前兵开局
to close the passes and seal off the country / to close a country to exclude foreign contact
to keep silent (idiom)
close a meeting
shut oneself up and ponder over one's mistakes
to shut one's eyes and stop one's ears / out of touch with reality / to bury one's head in the sand
adductor muscle (of a bivalve mollusk)
lock-up period (on stock options)
to close / to shut up
lockjaw / trismus
lit. doors not locked at night (idiom); fig. stable society
closed graph theorem (math.)
deep, closed and refusing (idiom); obstinate / stubborn and perverse
to shut
to close the door in one's face (idiom)
closed set (math.)
illness having to do with obstruction of urine flow / (Chinese medicine) / retention of urine
closed domain / algebraically closed field (math.), e.g. complex number field 複數域|复数域
see 便秘
closed-circuit rebreather scuba (diving)
sealed cabin
sealed cabin
airtight door
arrogant / flashy / impressive (Cantonese)
to have nothing further to do with a matter (idiom)
to turn a blind eye
to turn a blind eye
close vowel
lit. to catch sparrows blindfolded (idiom) / fig. to act blindly
closed subset (math.)
to relax with one's eyes closed
to close doors and block openings (idiom); mounting a strict defense
lit. lock the door and search for the right word (idiom); fig. the serious hard work of writing
closed-door policy
opening and closing ceremonies
to put in detention (a soldier, a pupil)

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