closing meaning

EN[ˈkləʊzɪŋ] [ˈkloʊzɪŋ]
  • Closing may refer to:
  • Closing a letter or e-mail (see valediction)
  • Closing a business
  • Closing (real estate), the final step in executing a real estate transaction
  • Closing (sales), making a sale
  • Closing (law), a closing argument, a summation
  • Closing (morphology), in image processing
  • Finalize (optical discs), the optional last step in the authoring process
  • "Closing", a song by Enter Shikari from the album Take to the Skies

    Definition of closing in English Dictionary

  • NounPLclosingsSUF-ing
    1. The act by which something is closed.
      1. openings and closings of doors
    2. The end or conclusion of something.
      1. The closing of the curtains.
    3. The final procedure in a house sale when documents are signed and recorded.
    4. Verb
      1. present participle of close.
      2. Adjective
        1. Coming after all others.
        2. More Examples
          1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
            • Snodgrass also saw a free-kick swerve just wide before Arsenal, with Walcott and Fabregas by now off the bench, turned their vastly superior possession into chances in the closing moments
            • In the closing weeks of 1959 and the early weeks of 1960, book dealers must have had a bonanza in selling thesaurusi.
            • Andrew Bishop then ran over in the closing stages, but it was too late.
        • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
          1. Adjectives
            • Uncomparable adjectives
            • Nouns
              • Countable nouns
              • Verbs
                • Verb forms
                  • Participles
                    • Present participles
              Related Links:
              1. en closings
              2. en closing in
              3. en closing out
              4. en closing time
              5. en closing times
              Source: Wiktionary
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              Meaning of closing for the defined word.

              Grammatically, this word "closing" is an adjective, more specifically, an uncomparable adjective. It's also a noun, more specifically, a countable noun. It's also a verb, more specifically, a verb form.
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              Definiteness: Level 2
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