1. At or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other.
2. Close in relevance or relationship.
3. Confined to specific persons.
4. Crowded; SYN. confining.
5. Fitting closely but comfortably; SYN. snug, close-fitting.
6. Inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information; SYN. closelipped, closemouthed, secretive, tightlipped.
7. Rigorously attentive; strict and thorough.
8. Strictly confined or guarded.
9. (Of a contest or contestants) Evenly matched; SYN. tight.
10. Marked by fidelity to an original; SYN. faithful.
11. Of textiles; SYN. tight.
12. Used of hair or haircuts.
In an attentive manner; SYN. closely, tight.
(1948-) US actress. She received Academy Award nominations for her roles as the embittered “other woman” in Fatal Attraction 1987 and as the scheming antiheroine of Dangerous Liaisons 1988. She played Gertrude in Franco Zeffirelli’s film of Hamlet 1990 and appeared as an opera star in Meeting Venus 1991.
Her first film was The World According to Garp 1982; other screen appearances include The Big Chill 1983 and Jagged Edge 1985. More recently, she has had roles on Broadway in Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing and Michael Frayn’s Benefactors.
Chuck 1940- Charles Thomas Close American painter
An FTP command that instructs the client to close the current connection with a server. See also FTP1 (definition 1), Web site.
1. A coming or bringing to a conclusion
2. A conclusion or end in time or existence; cessation
3. The concluding passage (as of a speech or play)
4. The conclusion of a musical strain or period; cadence
5. archaic; a hostile encounter
6. The movement of the free foot in dancing toward or into contact with the supporting foot
1. To end an application’s relationship with an open file so that the application will no longer be able to access the file without opening it again.
2. To end a computer’s connection with another computer on a network.
1. To become closed; SYN. shut.
2. To bar access to
3. To fill or stop up; SYN. fill, fill up.
4. To move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut; SYN. shut.
5. To finish or terminate; of meetings, speeches, etc.
6. To unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of
7. To bring together all the elements or parts of:
8. To cause a window or an application to disappear on a computer desktop.
9. To cease to operate or cause to cease operating
11. To come together, as if in an embrace; SYN. come together.
12. To complete a business deal, negociation, or an agreement
13. To draw near:
14. To engage at close quarters