Close meaning in Hindi

Close is a english word.

Close Meaning in Hindi (हिंदी में मतलब)

  • close = पास

    • Usage: Our school is close to the theatre.
  • close = नज़दीकी

    • Usage: She is a close relative of mine.
  • close = समान

    • Usage: There is no close resemblance between those twins.
  • close = सूक्ष्म

    • Usage: He took a close look at the text.
  • close = बराबर का

    • Usage: The match was a close contest.
  • close = एकसाथ

    • Usage: The army advanced in close formation.
  • close = बारीक

    • Usage: The razor gave a close shave.
  • close = बन्द

    • Usage: She is kept in close confinement of her house.
  • close = गोपनीय

    • Usage: She was a bit close about her marriage.
  • close = .सवृत

    • Usage: The English vowel /i:/ is a close vowel.
  • close = .कंजूस

    • Usage: He is very close with his things.
  • close = पास में

    • Usage: They sat close to each other in the photo.
  • close = बन्द करना

    • Usage: The door was closed at night.
  • close = बन्द होना

    • Usage: The shops in the city close at 11:00 pm.
  • close = समाप्त होना

    • Usage: The function closed with a vote of thanks.
  • close = नज़दीक आना

    • Usage: The gap between the runners are beginning to close.
  • close = समाप्ति

    • Usage: At the close of first innings the score was 158 for 2 wickets.

Close Meaning in Detail

  • close (noun) = the temporal end; the concluding time

    Synonyms: stopping_point, finale, finis, finish, last, conclusion, close

    • Usage: the stopping point of each round was signaled by a bell
    • Usage: the market was up at the finish
    • Usage: they were playing better at the close of the season
  • close (noun) = the last section of a communication

    Synonyms: conclusion, end, close, closing, ending

    • Usage: in conclusion I want to say...
  • close (noun) = the concluding part of any performance

    Synonyms: finale, close, closing_curtain, finis

  • close (verb) = move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut

    Synonyms: close, shut

    • Usage: Close the door
    • Usage: shut the window
  • close (verb) = become closed

    Synonyms: close, shut

    • Usage: The windows closed with a loud bang
  • close (verb) = cease to operate or cause to cease operating

    Synonyms: close_up, close, fold, shut_down, close_down

    • Usage: The owners decided to move and to close the factory
    • Usage: My business closes every night at 8 P.M.
    • Usage: close up the shop
  • close (verb) = finish or terminate (meetings, speeches, etc.)

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: The meeting was closed with a charge by the chairman of the board
  • close (verb) = come to a close

    Synonyms: conclude, close

    • Usage: The concert closed with a nocturne by Chopin
  • close (verb) = complete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: We closed on the house on Friday
    • Usage: They closed the deal on the building
  • close (verb) = be priced or listed when trading stops

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: The stock market closed high this Friday
    • Usage: My new stocks closed at $59 last night
  • close (verb) = engage at close quarters

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: close with the enemy
  • close (verb) = cause a window or an application to disappear on a computer desktop

    Synonyms: close

  • close (verb) = change one's body stance so that the forward shoulder and foot are closer to the intended point of impact

    Synonyms: close

  • close (verb) = come together, as if in an embrace

    Synonyms: close, come_together

    • Usage: Her arms closed around her long lost relative
  • close (verb) = draw near

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: The probe closed with the space station
  • close (verb) = bring together all the elements or parts of

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: Management closed ranks
  • close (verb) = bar access to

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: Due to the accident, the road had to be closed for several hours
  • close (verb) = fill or stop up

    Synonyms: close, fill_up

    • Usage: Can you close the cracks with caulking?
  • close (verb) = unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of

    Synonyms: close_up, close

    • Usage: close the circuit
    • Usage: close a wound
    • Usage: close a book
    • Usage: close up an umbrella
  • close (verb) = finish a game in baseball by protecting a lead

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: The relief pitcher closed with two runs in the second inning
  • close (adj) = at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: close to noon
    • Usage: how close are we to town?
    • Usage: a close formation of ships
  • close (adj) = close in relevance or relationship

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: a close family
    • Usage: we are close sympathy with...
    • Usage: close kin
    • Usage: a close resemblance
  • close (adj) = not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances

    Synonyms: near, close, nigh

    • Usage: near neighbors
    • Usage: in the near future
    • Usage: they are near equals
    • Usage: his nearest approach to success
    • Usage: a very near thing
    • Usage: a near hit by the bomb
    • Usage: she was near tears
    • Usage: she was close to tears
    • Usage: had a close call
  • close (adj) = rigorously attentive; strict and thorough

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: close supervision
    • Usage: paid close attention
    • Usage: a close study
    • Usage: kept a close watch on expenditures
  • close (adj) = marked by fidelity to an original

    Synonyms: close, faithful

    • Usage: a close translation
    • Usage: a faithful copy of the portrait
    • Usage: a faithful rendering of the observed facts
  • close (adj) = (of a contest or contestants) evenly matched

    Synonyms: close, tight

    • Usage: a close contest
    • Usage: a close election
    • Usage: a tight game
  • close (adj) = crowded

    Synonyms: close, confining

    • Usage: close quarters
  • close (adj) = lacking fresh air

    Synonyms: airless, close, stuffy, unaired

    • Usage: a dusty airless attic
    • Usage: the dreadfully close atmosphere
    • Usage: hot and stuffy and the air was blue with smoke
  • close (adj) = of textiles

    Synonyms: close, tight

    • Usage: a close weave
    • Usage: smooth percale with a very tight weave
  • close (adj) = strictly confined or guarded

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: kept under close custody
  • close (adj) = confined to specific persons

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: a close secret
  • close (adj) = fitting closely but comfortably

    Synonyms: close, snug, close-fitting

    • Usage: a close fit
  • close (adj) = used of hair or haircuts

    Synonyms: close

    • Usage: a close military haircut
  • close (adj) = giving or spending with reluctance

    Synonyms: cheeseparing, close, near, penny-pinching, skinny

    • Usage: our cheeseparing administration
    • Usage: very close (or near) with his money
    • Usage: a penny-pinching miserly old man
  • close (adj) = inclined to secrecy or reticence about divulging information

    Synonyms: close, closelipped, closemouthed, secretive, tightlipped

    • Usage: although they knew her whereabouts her friends kept close about it
  • close (adv) = near in time or place or relationship

    Synonyms: near, nigh, close

    • Usage: as the wedding day drew near
    • Usage: stood near the door
    • Usage: don't shoot until they come near
    • Usage: getting near to the true explanation
    • Usage: her mother is always near
    • Usage: The end draws nigh
    • Usage: the bullet didn't come close
    • Usage: don't get too close to the fire
  • close (adv) = in an attentive manner

    Synonyms: close, closely, tight

    • Usage: he remained close on his guard
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