English version

be closed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe closedbe closedDISCUSSif a subject is closed, you are no longer willing to discuss it It was a regrettable incident but I now consider the matter closed. close
Examples from the Corpus
be closedAs far as I am concerned, the matter is closed.The ticket office was closed.Until we can talk about this in a civil manner, I consider the discussion closed.Muzi Ford in Needham was closed.Roads were closed and eight ambulances stood by as the cloud drifted towards the villages of Wincham and Lostock Gralam.The Ptarmigan was closed, and so I walked down beneath the ski-tow towards the road.The A55 Conwy tunnel was closed for more than an hour.The National University was closed four years ago by the army.Course all the stores are closed now.The period should be closed so that actual expenditures as they occurred are stated in this column. 2.For insurance reasons, the course will be closed to automobile traffic.
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